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Deposed Bishop of Harare bars access to Anglican shrine

by Ed Beavan

CLERICS and pilgrims in Zimbabwe were unable to take part in annual celebrations at the shrine of a revered Anglican priest, after the deposed Bishop of Harare, Nolbert Kunonga, claimed ownership of the site.

The Anglican Communion News Service reported that the excommunicated bishop had said that he was in charge of the Arthur Shearly Cripps shrine and 78 churches in the Masvingo diocese in south-eastern Zim­babwe.

The diocese advised pilgrims to stay away from ...

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