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THE first Archdeacon of Brighton and...
HUGHES. The Revd Gwilym Hughes, NSM of Caerwys
DEARDEN. - On 11 October, the Revd James Varley
THE House of Lords passed the Bishops and Priests (C...
The Diocese of Bangor
Eglwys sy'n Dysgu A Learning Church
The Bishop of Bangor wishes to appoint a Priest in Charge
of Conwy & Gyffin and Ministry Area Leader
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