Former Archbishop of Canterbury Shares the Meaning of Life with Gay Byrne this Sunday

By Lynn Glanville

Archbishop Rowan Williams

This Sunday (March 1) – St David’s Day – Gay Byrne’s guest on The Meaning of Life
is, appropriately enough, a Welshman – the former Archbishop of
Canterbury and now Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge, Dr Rowan
Williams (pictured).

Recorded in the home of the satirist and former Dean of St Patrick’s
Cathedral, Dublin, Jonathan Swift, it’s a very wide–ranging, candid,
thoughtful and, at times, funny interview with the former leader of the
worldwide Anglican Communion.

The programme airs at 10.30pm on Sunday March 1,
on RTÉ One. The programme will be accessible on the
RTÉ Player outside the island of Ireland for just three days after
transmission, so people overseas can view it at http://www.rte.ie/player/ie/live/7/ or afterwards on www.rte.ie/player<http://www.rte.ie/player>

To get an advance taste of the interview, there are a series of YouTube clips available:

Archbishop Rowan Williams on agreeing to differ at the Lambeth Conference – http://youtu.be/xXQrkGaB34k

Archbishop Rowan Williams on his arrest – http://youtu.be/CvH71RZn2S8

Archbishop Rowan Williams on married priests – http://youtu.be/Qew45J6c1Y8

Archbishop Rowan Williams on Sharia Law – http://youtu.be/33Nax-sRnPs

Archbishop Rowan Williams on God – http://youtu.be/9YAOfER0d-M

…read more

Read the full article here: http://dublin.anglican.org/news/2015/02/Former-Archbishop-of-Canterbury-Shares-the-Meaning-of-Life-with-Gay-Byrne-this-Sunday


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