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Anglican bishop is a Buddhist
The one and only candidate to be the next Bishop of Northern Michigan, The Rev. Kevin Thew Forrester, has received a Buddhist lay ordination.

He was elected on the first ballot receiving 88 percent of the delegate votes and 91 percent of congregational votes. But he still has a way to go before his election as bishop of the US Anglican Episcopal Church is confirmed.

The Rev. Ann Holmes Redding, another Episcopal priest, announced she was both Christian and Muslim, and remains steadfast in her belief that she was called to both faiths.

She has six months to make up her mind which religion she will follow or face almost certain defrocking. (VirtueOnline)

   British Church Newspaper

   18 March 2009

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