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TAC leader to go over

A FORMER West Australian An­glican priest who became a bishop in the Traditional Anglican Com­munion is to be reordained in St Mary’s Roman Catholic Cathedral, Perth, today, when the Australian Ordin­ari­ate is inaugurated, writes Muriel Porter, Australia Correspon­dent.

The newspaper The Australian reports that Bishop Harry Entwistle, aged 72, will be the first priest for the Ordinariate, and speculates that he may be appointed its ...

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