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Priests and Prelates

Paperback|May 2006
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These Daily Telegraph obituaries of clergymen in recent years, range from Monsignor Alfred Gilbey who weekly rode to hounds in frock coat and gaiters to Brian Brindley who died surrounded by his acolytes in the midst of a five-course dinner...


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These Daily Telegraph obituaries of clergymen in recent years, range from Monsignor Alfred Gilbey who weekly rode to hounds in frock coat and gaiters to Brian Brindley who died surrounded by his acolytes in the midst of a five-course dinner at The Atheneum Club.
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TheDaily Telegraphhas a reputation for outstanding obituaries. This book contains the best and most colourful obituaries of clergyment in recent years, selected and introduced by Trevor Beeson, former Dean of Winchester. Ranging from Monsignor Alfred Gilbey who weekly rode to hounds in frock coat and gaiters to Brian Brindley who died surrounded by his acolytes in the midst of a five course dinner at The Atheneum. This book is highly entertaining but Trevor Beeson's extended introduction also evaluates the clerical tradition and make some fairly piercing comments about the state of the Churches today.

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Trevor Beeson

Trevor Beeson was Canon of Westminster Abbey and Dean of Winchester. The author of numerous highly entertaining books, he now lives in Romsey.