Archbishop Edward W. (Ted) Scott has just completed his first year as Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada. I'd like to take the opportunity to suggest some interview possibilities to you.
He is an activist concern for people, and has been all his life. He is a student of change and the dynamics of change, and believes the Church should be helping persons to cope with change itself and the rapidity of change (which may be the greater problem).
On that same line, he is concerned for persons and the way they are effected by the decisions of government, corporate business, law, professional associations and other large national or provincial groups.
While he is not given to making hard-and-fast pronouncements, he would be pleased to talk about his perceptions of:
1) Canadian responsibility overseas in relation to development;
2) The climate of Canada's business developments;
3) Current attitudes of youth;
4) Regionalism in Canada;
5) Developments in the Anglican Church of Canada during 1971 - mood and morale, events and achievements, re-union issues and ecumenical developments.
On February 13 he plans to be at Christ Church, Niagara Falls, Ontario, where he was elected by the General Synod in late January, 1971.
On February 20 he plans to be at Canterbury College, University of Windsor, to open a Lenten series of talks.
On March 1 he plans to be at St. Catharines, Ontario, to mark the 180th anniversary of St. George's Church.
If you are interested in arranging a date with him, please call me. I can also supply a profile, for background, of Archbishop Scott's life and ministry - with brief quotes on a number of current issues.