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Gore, Charles

Born: 1853 AD
Died: 1932 AD

1853 – Born on January 22nd in Wimbledon, Surrey, England. English theologian, Anglican bishop, and an exponent of the liberal tendency within the Anglo-Catholic movement.

1892 – Gore founded the Community of the Resurrection, a religious community of men with a stong Christian social commitment.

1894 – He began a seven-year ministry as canon of Westminster.

1900 – Gore urged CR to work in South Africa and CR trained most of its black Anglican priests including Desmond Tutu.

1902 – Anglican bishop of Worcester.

1905 – Anglican bishop of Birmingham.

1911 – Anglican bishop of Oxford.

1932 – Died on January 17th in London.