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Robert Molteno writes:

THE Revd Jeremy Peake, who died on 11 June, aged 78, celebrated the 50th anniversary of his ordination in January this year. All his life, he was an unassuming, caring, and com­mitted parish priest, working in widely different contexts in Africa and Europe. Amid all the media focus on divisions and splits in the Anglican Communion, he was the kind of priest who has always provided the bedrock for the trust and affection so many Anglicans con­tinue to ...

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