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Archbishop's final Easter service

The Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams has used his last Easter sermon before standing down, to remind the Church of England of the basis of its faith.

Dr Williams also said Christian teaching could be used as a means of striving for peace in the Middle East.

The BBC's religious affairs correspondent Robert Pigott reports.

  • 08 Apr 2012
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