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The Rt Rev Michael Nuttall, was an eminent Anglican Bishop[1] and author[2] in the last third of the Twentieth Century.[3]
Born on 3 April 1934, he was educated at Maritzburg College and Rhodes University[4] and ordained in 1965.[5] His first post was as an Assistant Priest at St. Michael and St. George Cathedral in the Anglican Diocese of Grahamstown where he was later to return as Dean. In 1975 he was elevated to the Episcopate as Bishop of Pretoria. After seven years he was translated to Natal, a post he held until 2000. He continues to serve the Church in retirement.[6]

Notes

  1. ^ Interview with Bishop Michael
  2. ^ Amongst others he wrote: “Better Than They Knew”, 1974; “Authority in the Anglican Communion”1987; “Change and Challenge”, 1998 “Prayerfulness in the Spirit”, 2002 and “Number Two to Tutu – a memoir”, 2003 > British Library web site accessed 19:38 GMT Sunday 1 November, 2009
  3. ^ BBC News web site
  4. ^ Who's Who2008: London, A & C Black, 2008 ISBN 9780713672576
  5. ^ Crockfords(London, Church House 1975) ISBN 0108153674
  6. ^ Anglican Church of Southern Africa
Church of England titles
Preceded by
Edward Knapp-Fisher
Bishop of Pretoria
1975–1982
Succeeded by
Richard Austin Kraft
Preceded by
Philip Welsford Richmond Russell
Bishop of Natal
1982–2000
Succeeded by
Rubin Phillip
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