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October 24, 2009 7:51 AM

Retired bishop reflects on ministry, diagnosis

Finally. That’s what the sign says at Bishop Marion Edwards’ back door. Given to him by a friend, the sign means that after 40 years of living in church-owned housing, the clergyman and his wife bought their own house. The minister promised his wife that she could pick it out, and renovate it to her liking.

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