The Archbishop of Canterbury has said the Roman Catholic Church in Ireland has lost "all credibility" over the way it had dealt with paedophile priests.EASTER
The Archbishop of Canterbury is sorry:
Dr Williams' comments about the controversy had angered the Catholic Archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin, who said he was "stunned" by them.Revelations 3:15:
Dr Williams later telephoned the archbishop to express his "deep sorrow" and insist he meant no offence.
Speaking on Aled Jones' BBC Radio 2 show on Sunday, Dr Williams said he did not think he had said anything that had not already been said by others, including the leaders of the Irish Church.
"I was saying sorry that I had made life more difficult for the Archbishop of Dublin and his colleagues who have been trying to tackle this crisis with great imagination and honesty," he said.
I know thy works, that thou art neither cold nor hot: I would thou wert cold or hot.