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In Cameroon, a clinic is still unfinished

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by John Omwake, editor of The Trinitarian In the city of Edea, in Cameroon’s Littoral Province, a building remains partially completed. Enough concrete blocks have been erected to give an outline of its shape, but provide no indication of its finished state—or the reason why...

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Bishop Roger Dawson, RIP

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The Right Reverend Arthur Roger Dawson, retired Bishop for the ACC in Colombia and Venezuela, died on Saturday at his home in Shepton Mallet, England, after a lengthy battle with cancer.  He was 77. Bishop Dawson was ordained to the diaconate in the Church of England by John Hughes, Bishop...

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Crisis Continues in South Sudan

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Earlier this year The Trinitarian reported on the health crisis in South Sudan.  Though assistance has come from the ACC in the developed world, particularly from the parishes in Canada, the situation in Aweil continues to be grave. Lack of rain has resulted in a serious threat of famine for...

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A Report from Diocese of the UK Synod

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The Diocese of the UK held its annual synod last month at the Central Hall, Westminster.  Synod began with a Solemn Pontifical High Mass, the Right Reverend Damien Mead (Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese of the United Kingdom) serving as Celebrant and Preacher.  During the Synod Mass the...

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Health Crisis Grips Aweil

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by John Omwake, editor of The Trinitarian A growing health crisis threatens to overwhelm the ACC’s Diocese of Aweil in the northwest corner of strife-torn South Sudan, the world’s newest nation and one of its poorest. “In 2014, in one village in East Aweil County, more than...

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