Archbishop of Wales: Quiz

Question 1: ________ • Blackburn • Bradford • Carlisle • Chester • Durham • Liverpool • Manchester • Newcastle • Ripon and Leeds • Sheffield • Sodor & Man • Southwell • Wakefield
Archbishop of YorkChurch of EnglandArchbishop of CanterburyBishop of Worcester

Question 2: Charles Alfred Howell Green (________) 1934-1944
Bishop of BangorArchbishop of CanterburyBishop of HerefordArchbishop of York

Question 3: The post of Archbishop of Wales was created in 1920 when the Church in Wales was separated from the ________ (of which the four Welsh dioceses had previously been part), and disestablished.
Archbishop of YorkArchbishop of CanterburyBishop of LincolnChurch of England

Question 4: The circulating character of the post was justified by Welsh geography and by the ecclesiastical precedent of the province of Numidia (of which ________ had been a bishop).
Thomas AquinasAugustine of HippoAnselm of CanterburyBlaise Pascal

Question 5: The new Church became the Welsh province of the ________.
Anglican CommunionCatholicismEpiscopal Church (United States)Anglicanism

Question 6: Alfred George Edwards (________) 1920-1934
Bishop of BangorChurch of EnglandBishop of St AsaphBishop of Chichester

Question 7: Towards the end of his period in office Gwilym Williams was one of three leading Welsh figures in a deputation to guarantee the status of the language which had been challenged by ________.
Harold MacmillanWinston ChurchillRonald ReaganMargaret Thatcher

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