Former Archbishop of Canterbury, Remembered

‘The  Church of England’ has remembered former Archbishop of Canterbury, William Temple through a post on social media.

William Temple who was archbishop of Canterbury in the early 1940s,  Bishop of Manchester and Archbishop of York, died just over 70 years ago.

He was remembered by the church over social media app twitter. A  picture of the former Archbishop was also shared with this quote from the former Archbishop ‘When I pray coincidences happen, when I don’t, they don’t’.

Temple  was also as a campaigner for social reform, by defending the working-class movement and supporting economic and social reform. He was well-known for his book ‘Christianity and Social Order’ (1942).

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