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Rochester clergy visit Zimbabwe

By Brian Castle

IN THE beautiful setting of Peterhouse School, Marondera, in Zimbabwe, 120 clerics from the dioceses of Harare and Manicaland came together earlier this month for their annual silent retreat.

This is the first time in years that they have gathered in Peterhouse without fear of interruption by the former Bishop of Harare, Nolbert Kunonga: when they last met here, in 2012, they were forced to leave by the state police. But times have changed. Rulings by the Zimbabwe Supreme Court have ...

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