FILE - Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, front left, talks with the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, in London as they attend a multi-faith reception to mark the Diamond Jubilee of the Queen's ... more 
FILE - Britain's Queen Elizabeth II, front left, talks with the Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams, in London as they attend a multi-faith reception to mark the Diamond Jubilee of the Queen's Accession to the throne when as part of her title she became Defender of the Faith, in this file photo dated Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2012. In an interview published Saturday Sept. 8, 2012, in Britain's Daily Telegraph newspaper, Williams said the Anglican Church is planning to give some of the global duties of the Archbishop of Canterbury to a "presidential" figure so the archbishop can concentrate on leading the Church of England, and admitted he didn't do enough to prevent divisions in the Anglican church over homosexuality. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham, File) less 
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