Percy O'Driscoll

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Percival Richard O'Driscoll (born 4 October 1938[1]) is a Canadian Anglican bishop.[2]

O'Driscoll was educated at Bishop's University and he was ordained in 1964.[3] He was a curate at St Matthias, Ottawa then at St John the Evangelist, Kitchener. He then held incumbencies at St Michael & All Angels, London and St Batholomew's, Sarnia. He was Dean of Huron (1980–87) and then its suffragan bishop until 1989 when he became the coadjutor bishop. He was its diocesan bishop from 1990 to 2000.[4] and also Metropolitan of Ontario for the last seven years of his episcopate.[5]

Anglican Communion titles
Preceded by
Derwyn Dixon Jones
Bishop of Huron
1990 – 2000
Succeeded by
Bruce Herbert Warren Howe
Preceded by
Edwin Keith Lackey
Metropolitan of Ontario[6]
1993– 2000
Succeeded by
Terence Finlay

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