Archbishop at Opening of Blackburn Cathedral Court

Primate of England and Archbishop of the Province of York

The Role of the Archbishop of York

Together with the Archbishop of Canterbury, the Archbishop of York is a leading spokesman on behalf of the Church of England. He is Primate of England, Chairman and President of numerous other Church bodies and leads the twelve dioceses in the northern province of the Church of England.
Drawn map of the Diocese of York

Diocese of York

A family of 607 churches and 127 schools in 470 parishes

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Exterior shot of York Minster

York Minster - seat of the Archbishop

York Minster is the cathedral for the Archbishop of York and where he was enthroned

Archbishop with Pope Tawadros II

The Anglican Communion

The Archbishop represents the Church of England internationally

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Archbishop of York taking part in a debate in the House of Lords

House of Lords

The Archbishop in the House of Lords