Former Archbishop of Canterbury resigns from church role after historical abuse review

Posted Jun 27, 2017

[Anglican Communion News Service] Lord Carey, who was the Archbishop of Canterbury for 11 years until 2002, has stepped down from his last formal role in the Church of England after being criticized in an independent review of the church’s handling of sex abuse. The review, into disgraced former Bishop Peter Ball, who was jailed two years ago, revealed Lord Carey had failed to pass information on Ball to the police back in 1992.

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  1. Pjcabbiness says:

    I am deeply saddened and angered by the conduct of the former Archbishop and it appears that he will, as I expected, not be held accountable for his misconduct in any significant or meaningful way. Shameful.

  2. Roger D White says:

    Another shameful situation in this communion. Recall the ordination and consecration of Cook, now in prison for a murderous drunken act. Both Sutton and Shori knew the night before that she was intoxicated and yet proceeded. Disgusting and shameful, and another reason why I no longer attend the church.

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