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William Crozier – died 28 June 1913
Mary Elizabeth Crozier – died 1 October 1916
Wilfred Symes Crozier – died 20 April 1945
Gwladys Willins C…
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Queer 101: Information Blast!!!

BOOM! It’s ▲Queer 101▲ again, back with some info about queer life at Kenyon! Here you’ll find a guide to all the student-run LGBTQIA+ organizations on campus. 492 more words

Culture

The Coffin of Walter de Cantilupe, Thirteenth-Century Bishop of Worcester

Worcester Cathedral has a number of monuments commemorating men who served as its bishops. Those who died holding that office often chose burial in the Cathedral. 937 more words

Crozier Complete

Once Bishop Johnston was named the new bishop of our diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph, I decided to work on a wooden crozier for him. When he was ordained bishop in 2008 for the Diocese of Springfield-Cape Girardeau, I made him a crozier which was gifted to him on behalf of our seminary college. 109 more words

Daily Life

Insular Art in Dublin

January already. It’s been a few months since I’ve posted anything on here because just as last term was busy and demanding, the Spring term is proving to be a wicked one too. 749 more words

History Of Art

crozier

Tall hooked stick carried as a symbol of office by a bishop. Old French “crosier”=cross-bearer < Latin “crux”=cross.

Etymology