|The Rt Revd
|Bishop of Birmingham|
|Diocese||Diocese of Birmingham|
|Other posts||Honorary assistant bishop in Worcester (2002–present)
Bishop of Kensington
Principal of Westcott House
|Born||29 December 1936|
|Alma mater||Queens’ College, Cambridge|
After being a curate he was a tutor at Ripon College Cuddesdon; Dean and Fellow of Clare College, Cambridge; assistant lecturer in divinity at the University of Cambridge and finally Principal of Westcott House, Cambridge before his ordination to the episcopate as suffragan Bishop of Kensington in 1981.
After six years at Kensington, he was translated to be the Bishop of Birmingham. During this time he took part in the second phase of the ecumenical discussions of the Anglican—Roman Catholic International Commission and was embroiled in controversy over the use of the term "Winterval", which he opposed.
- Who’s Who 2008 (London, A & C Black, 2008 ISBN 978-0-7136-8555-8
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- The Times, 20 May 1972, p. 16, "Rev Mark Santer to be Principal of Westcott House, Cambridge"
- The Times, 29 October 1980. p. 16, "New Suffragan Bishop of Kensington"
- Debrett's People of Today, Ellis, P. (1992), London, Debrett's. ISBN 1-870520-09-2
- Winterval gets frosty reception - BBC, November 1998
|Church of England titles|
|Bishop of Kensington
|Bishop of Birmingham
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