Reconciliation in our DNA

Reconciliation seems to be in the DNA of Anglicanism, says the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby. “Despite our own differences, we seem to find ourselves doing this stuff.” Speaking at the Council on Foreign Relations in Washington on 13 October, the Archbishop said a majority of Anglican provinces were facing persecution or were in actual conflict or post-conflict. He also said that the mainstreams of all faiths must “challenge and subvert” radicalisation and religiously-motived violence within their traditions. Read more on this story and watch a video of the interview with Justin Welby on the ACNS website.