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Bish·op

(bish'ŏp),
Louis F., U.S. physician, 1864-1941. See: Bishop sphygmoscope.
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"You can imagine how that story changed my life," Bishop Bird tells me in his office at Cathedral Place in downtown Hamilton, one of the poorest urban neighbourhoods in Canada.
Bishop Bird also learned about incredible challenges and obstacles to ministry facing bishops in Africa In spite of this, he saw "an incredible passion and joy at seeing their churches grow." When he returned home, the diocese of Niagara looked very different.
Prior to giving his approval for same-sex blessings to be offered, Bishop Bird said he had commissioned the writing of theological papers to help the diocese "reflect further." These papers were also shared with two dioceses of the Archbishop Fred Hiltz Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada Anglican province of Tanzania to explain how the diocese believes "God is calling us to move in this direction."
Bishop Bird visited Lambeth Palace during a two-week visit to the United Kingdom, which included his attendance at the Canterbury New Bishop's Program at Canterbury Cathedral.