Dr Rowan Williams has had a busy Easter. The other day he appeared in The Guardian as the even-handed, cheek-turning Christian reviewer, who subtly and gently turned the tables on atheist-turned-author P. Pullman, by suggesting the many ironies of the four gospels - four types of ambiguity then? But the other Archbishop's face seemed turned the other way, to menace. There he was, quoted on a yet-to-be broadcast BBC interview, scathing on the Irish Catholic Church, for its moral bankruptcy - forgetting, apparently, that the Church is all the people, as well as the steeple, and not just a so-called sinister Pope and the criminals who attacked children (though no less than the shaven-headed ululator of yore has also come out to attack). It seems an odd display of virtuoso critical and moral authority, but it confirms Williams as a fascinating mind. This Easter, all of Britain should be proud to have such a curious fellow in their midst.