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Eames: The man in the middle

Robert Henry Alexander Eames doesn't want to be Pope. The Church of Ireland Archbishop of Armagh, and longest-serving primate in the worldwide Anglican Communion, has just finished a year's work as head of the Windsor Commission, the body set up by t

25th December, 2004

Robert Henry Alexander Eames doesn't want to be Pope. The Church of Ireland Archbishop of Armagh, and longest-serving primate in the worldwide Anglican Communion, has just finished a year's work as head of the Windsor Commission, the body set up by the Archbishop of Canterbury to consider how Anglicans should tackle the threatened schism brought about by the ordination of the openly-gay bishop of New Hampshire in the United States.

One of the questions considered...

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