Saturday, 19 April 2014

Diocese of West Yorkshire & the Dales

Overnight the Dioceses of Bradford, Wakefield, and Ripon & Leeds ended and the new Diocese of West Yorkshire & the Dales was born.

Madeleine Davies writes for the Church Times that Yorkshire dioceses will celebrate Paschal rebirth.

Nick Baines is Moving on. He will become the acting Bishop of Leeds until he gets made ‘legal’ on 8 June at York Minster.

Bradford diocese has published First new diocese for more than 85 years. This is also on the Archbishop of York’s website, along with a biography of Nick Baines.

The new diocese has a new website.

The Church of England Parliamentary Unit has published these three brief histories of the bishops of the three old dioceses as parliamentarians.
Ripon
Wakefield
Bradford

Posted by Peter Owen on Sunday, 20 April 2014 at 12:01am BST | TrackBack
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Thanks, Peter, for the bits from the C of E Parliamentary Unit. They are of perhaps esoteric interest, but do provide a good example of the contributions that various Bishops have made to the House of Lords.

Posted by: Edward Prebble on Wednesday, 23 April 2014 at 4:00am BST
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