Definition of Canterbury, Archbishop of in English:

Canterbury, Archbishop of

Line breaks: Arch|bishop of Can¦ter|bury

noun

The archbishop of the southern province of the Church of England, who is Primate of All England and first peer of the realm, and plays a leading role in the worldwide Anglican Church.
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  • The Windsor Report describes the Archbishop of Canterbury as one of the Anglican Instruments of Unity.
  • The conference was addressed by the Archbishops of Canterbury and York, as well as by evangelical leaders from the UK and abroad.
  • The new Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, believes Freemasons have no place in the Church of England.

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