Archbishop of Canterbury visits tomb of Mother Teresa
CWN - October 11, 2010
The Archbishop of Canterbury began a 2-week visit to Indian on October 9 by visiting the tomb of Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
Dr. Rowan Williams, the worldwide leader of the Anglican communion, prayed at the tomb of Mother Teresa in the mother house of the Missionaries of Charities, then toured an exhibit on her life there. He also visited a nearby home for children that the renowned nun had founded.
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