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PORTSMOUTH: Bishop’s DVD message

by Margaret Duggan

WHEN the new Bishop of Portsmouth, the Rt Revd Christopher Foster, was installed on 20 September, he was able to speak to congregations in all his churches by means of a DVD he had prepared earlier. It showed him visiting his new diocese, and speaking from the top of St Mary’s tower, in Fratton.

His installation in Portsmouth Cathedral was a splendid affair. As soon as the Archdeacon of Canterbury, the Ven. Sheila Watson, enthroned him, a ...

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