St Chad

(d. 672)

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ARNOLD, Duane Wade-Hampton (born 1953), Principal, St Chad’s College, University of Durham, 1994–97

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MITCHINSON, John (1833 - 1918), Master of Pembroke College, Oxford, and Canon of Gloucester since 1899; Assistant Bishop of Peterborough, 1881–1914; of Gloucester, 1904–05; Hon. Fellow of St Chad’s, Denstone, and of St Andrew, Taunton

MANSBRIDGE, Harold Chad (1917 - 1980), Provost of St Mary’s Cathedral, Glasgow, since 1970; Priest-in-charge, St George’s, Maryhill, Glasgow, since 1976

COOP, James Ogden (1869 - 1928), Chaplain to the King, 1926; Hon. Canon of Liverpool, 1920; Senior Chaplain to the Forces, W Command, 1923; Proctor in Convocation; Member of National Assembly, 1921; Member of Governing Body, St Chad’s College, Durham, 1925; Vicar of St Margaret’s, Anfield, Liverpool, since 1920

LEVI, Peter Chad Tigar (1931 - 2000), Professor of Poetry, University of Oxford, 1984–89; Fellow of St Catherine’s College, Oxford, 1977–91, Emeritus Fellow, since 1993

SHELDRAKE, Philip Farnsworth (born 1946), Senior Research Fellow, Westcott House Cambridge Theological Federation, since 2010; Moulsdale Fellow, St Chad’s College, University of Durham, since 2003; Professor and Director, Institute for the Study of Contemporary Spirituality (formerly Professor of Christian Spirituality), Oblate School of Theology, San Antonio, Texas, since 2013

VARAH, Dr (Edward) Chad (1911 - 2007), Rector, Lord Mayor’s Parish Church of St Stephen Walbrook, in the City of London, 1953–2003; Senior Prebendary of St Paul’s Cathedral, 1997–2003 (a Prebendary, 1975–97); Founder, The Samaritans (to befriend the suicidal and despairing), 1953, President of London Branch, 1974–86 (Director, 1953–74); President, Befrienders International (Samaritans Worldwide), 1983–86 (Chairman 1974–83)


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(d. 672),

first bishop of Mercia and Lindsey at Lichfield, for whom there was an early and popular cult; it was said by Bede that if the faithful put dust from his shrine into water, the drink was medicinal for people and animals. His feast day is 2 March.

Subjects: Christianity.

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