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THE Ven. Anthony John Barratt, who died on 6 January, aged 90, made an immense contribution to the mission of the Church, not only in South America, where he served for 30 years, but also worldwide. His great­est legacy is a training programme, Study by Extension for All Nations (SEAN).

SEAN (pronounced “Say-An”) has helped to train hundreds of thousands of Christians and church leaders in more than 100 countries, in all ...

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