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Professor John Hull

PROFESSOR John Martin Hull, who died on 28 July, aged 80, was a unique international contributor to the development of religious education in schools, and a man with extraordinary insights into the experience and spirituality of blindness

The Rt Revd Ronald Gordon

The Rt Revd Ronald Gordon

THE Rt Revd Ronald Gordon, who died on 8 August, aged 88, was Bishop of Portsmouth from 1975 to 1984

John Gavin Scott

John Gavin Scott

JOHN SCOTT, who died on 12 August, aged 59, was one of the leading church musicians of the past century, and arguably the finest organist of his generation

Colonel Robert Hornby

ROBERT HORNBY, who died on 15 June, aged 96, was a distinguished pioneer in the field of Christian communication and church relations with the media

Obituary: The Revd Gunter Helft

THE Revd Gunter Helft was told more than 30 years ago that he probably wouldn’t survive that year — but has just died, on 17 June, aged 92, after a long and eventful life

Obituary: The Revd Professor Owen Chadwick

Obituary: The Revd Professor Owen Chadwick

OWEN CHADWICK, who died on 17 July, aged 99, was one of the two cleverest Anglican clergymen in his generation

Obituary: The Revd Jacqueline Broom

THE Revd Jacqueline Broom, who died on 25 June, was a remarkable person, a dedicated colleague, a faithful counsellor, and a wise friend to many

Obituary: The Revd Henry Edward Roberts

Obituary: The Revd Henry Edward Roberts

TED ROBERTS, who died on 28 June, aged 86, in November 1928, was born in south-east London, to a Roman Catholic mother from Middlesbrough and a Jewish cockney father

Eve Keatley

EVE KEATLEY, who was Press Secretary to Archbishop Robert Runcie in the turbulent years 1983 to 1990, died last month, aged 83

Glynis Stranraer-Mull

GLYNIS Mary Stranraer-Mull, who died on 8 June, aged 68, was an artist and spiritual director

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