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Fort Worth property row continues

THE BATTLE over which is the legitimate Episcopal diocese of Fort Worth, and who owns its property and assets, reached another stage last week, when a district judge ruled that the reorganised diocese had a right to sue the group, led by Bishop Jack Iker, that voted last year to realign with the Province of the Southern Cone (News, 24 April).

Bishop Iker’s group accuses those who have remained in the Episcopal Church of ...

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