Michael Ramsey, the 100th Archbishop of Canterbury, was an Anglican saint of the twentieth century. Able, self-effacing, alert, eager, full of kindness and with a lively wit, he remains a model spiritual leader and an inspiration to many serving priests today, His warmth and humour won him friends in all walks of life, at home and abroad. Perhaps his greatest gift was his ability to impart a sense of joy, which dispelled despondency and any narrowness of vision. For many people, he fulfilled his own dictum about sainthood: he made God real, Published to mark the centenary of his birth in 1904, this important study explores what made Michael Ramsey such a remarkable figure. Drawing on his many published writings, and reflecting on over fifty years of ministry. Glory (a word he always used with awe and reverence) offers a rich body of spiritual teaching about themes that were close to Michael Ramsey's heart: the centrality Of the Cross, the primacy of worship, the Church's life in Christ and its unity. It will enable his distinctive voice to be heard again by those who remember him, and also by a new generation of readers. More than a retrospective study, Glory relates Michael 'Ramsey's teaching, example and experience to the challenges and needs facing the Church today. as it proclaims the gospel in the modern world. It aims to reaffirm the essential unity, identity and vitality of Anglican Christianity and strengthen the integrity of its life and witness throughout the world.