Christians have very diverse views about the nature of the vocation that belongs to the See of Rome, Archbishop reminds Pope
As Pope Benedict XVI declaimed (twice) to the congregation in Westminster Abbey that he is the successor of St Peter, the Archbishop of Canterbury reminded His Holiness that not all Christians see it quite like that. The Pope asserted that he uniquely is 'charged with a particular care for the unity of Christ’s flock'. And the Church of England is a perpetual reminder to him that unity in faith may be diverse in expression. One should thank God for Archbishop Rowan: he is gracious but firm, and never, ever permits pious platitudes to obscure the religio-political reality.