Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Report: GS Reaction to ++Rowan’s Video Address is . . . Silence.

Rowan Williams via video to Singapore asked for more patience from the Global South. He in effect asked, “Trust me.” For after all, “as I speak to you now, I am in discussion with a number of people around the world about what consequences might follow from [the election and consecration of Mary Glasspool in Los Angeles].”

Wow! The Archbishop of Canterbury is in yet more discussion! We must therefore wait upon him no matter how many years he strings us along!

The reaction of the audience at the Global South conference was much less snarky than mine. However . . .

. . . after Archbishop Rowan Williams' video address to the Global South-to-South Encounter audience was over, there was silence. No one applauded, and glances around the room revealed lots of head-shaking and eye-rolling. According to one of the sources, "it did not go off well."

And that is as it should be when someone who has betrayed trust again and again . . . asks for more trust.

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