At this difficult time, I am for once most grateful to a Mrs Trellis of North Wales for her comforting message:
Dear Cilla, I found your article about the Archbishop of the West Midlands very moving. The late Mr Trellis was forever apologising for things too. He was convinced that he had shot the Archduke Ferdinand when his air pistol accidentally went off in his pocket, and that he was therefore responsible for World War I. He brightened up towards the end, though, because someone else, not him, started World War II, so he could relax and enjoy it without feeling guilty.