Bishop of London reflects on frustrations of his job ahead of retirement

The Bishop of London has told Premier Christianity magazine of his frustrations about the way bureaucracy often blocked his natural desire to pastorally support people in the capital.

Rt Rev Richard Chartres, who retires in February, says he is neither “complacent or satisfied” when reflecting on his time in the role and joked that it...

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