The following excerpt is from an article that originally appeared on Christian Today
The Archbishop of Canterbury has been helping embattled Theresa May with prayerarchbishop of york
The Archbishop of Canterbury has been helping embattled Prime Minister Theresa May with private prayer sessions as the country lurches from crisis to crisis.
May has been criticised for calling an unnecessary General Election, for her response to the Grenfell Tower fire and more. She is reported to have wept in Downing Street when addressing staff about the fire.
Demonstrators marched on Downing Street over the fire, which has exposed the vast gaps between rich and poor in the capital.
According to The Sun, Archbishop Justin has been helping her with private prayer after she went to him for help.
May, a vicar’s daughter, is a deeply committed Christian and attends church regularly on Sundays.
The Sun says she found Welby’s help ‘a great comfort’.
Some of May’s strongest critics are within her ownpost was originally published on this site