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New bishops for traditionalists

by Muriel Porter, Australia Correspondent

TWO retired Anglican priests were due to be made bishops in the Traditional Anglican Communion (TAC) in Adelaide today.

The Revd David Robarts, who is 74 and a former vicar in Melbourne, and the Revd Harry Entwistle SSC, who is 66 — an English-born priest who recently retired as vicar of a Perth parish — will be consecrated at the Latvian Lutheran Church in suburban Wayville. Both will serve as assistant bishops in the Anglican ...

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