There is no position in the world comparable to that held by His Grace the Archbishop of York. He is high, he can go no higher, no one is above him, and. yet he is not the highest. He bears the title "Primate of England," but he is not the head of the English Church. That post is held by His Grace of Canterbury, whose title is "Primate of all England." Between the two Archbishops a traditional feud exists. Sometimes, as in the days of St. Thomas...

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