The Church often finds the leader it needs to fit a particular era, and Theodore of Tarsus was one of those. In his day the Church in England had been decimated by plague and torn by conflicts between Celtic and Roman Christians. He stepped in, an able administrator, brought the two sides together, presided over reform synods, set definite diocesan boundaries and created the parish system still used in England today. (iconographer unknown)

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