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Margaret Duggan

by Margaret Duggan

Posted: 08 Aug 2014 @ 12:23

THE longest-serving bishop still in office in the Anglican Communion, the Rt Revd Dinis Sengulane, who retired earlier this year (News, 28 March), came to the UK to celebrate his 38 years of episcopal ministry in Mozambique with his diocesan companion link in London, the Angola London Mozambique Association (ALMA), and the Mozambique and Angola Anglican Association (MANNA).

A special MANNA service was held in St John's, Waterloo, and one in St Paul's Cathedral, to ...

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Wed 7 Oct 15 @ 13:38
@StuartDurber Full statement here:

Wed 7 Oct 15 @ 13:32
The sentencing of Bishop Peter Ball today for offences against boys and young men is a matter of "deep shame and regret", +Durham says.