Guyana Church Looking to Recruit Canadian Priests
Blair, Kathy, Anglican Journal
Rev. Geoffrey Dolphin knows all about brain drain.
The Anglican priest from Guyana says his country is
desperately short of priests and is often unable to keep the
ones it trains. Fr. Dolphin and his wife, Thelma, spent three
months in Canada this summer, mostly in B.C. They were
guests of Bishop Barry Jenks of B.C. who hosted them and
organized a full itinerary. They know the bishop from the three
years he spent in Guyana.
The Dolphins came partly because they had always
wished to visit Canada but also to try to convince Canadian
priests - retired or considering sabbaticals - to work in
Guyana for a …
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Publication information: Article title: Guyana Church Looking to Recruit Canadian Priests. Contributors: Blair, Kathy - Author. Magazine title: Anglican Journal. Volume: 125. Issue: 8 Publication date: October 1999. Page number: Not available. © Anglican Church of Canada Feb 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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