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Out of the Rwandan trauma

Lesley Bilinda was ordained deacon at St Paul's Cathedral on 29 June. She will serve her title at St Andrew's, Fulham Fields.

It was through trauma that Mrs Bilinda's faith became what it is today. During the Rwandan genocide her husband, a Rwandan, was murdered. She was on holiday at the time and was not able to return to the country, where many family and friends had also been attacked, and her ...

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