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With his own petard?

Margaret Duggan

by Margaret Duggan

Posted: 18 Jan 2013 @ 12:16

CANON Bill Stuart-White was installed as Archdeacon of Cornwall, in the diocese of Truro, just before Christmas. People in his former parish of Wadebridge, where he will be much missed as both a priest and a friend, gathered to say farewell, and to present him with gifts.

But, as he had been heard to say, more than once, that being an archdeacon was "the worst job in the Church of England", his curate, the Revd Dom Whiting, thought that he might need an escape plan, ...

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