Anglicans: Angry Young Bishop

Episcopal Father C. Edward Crowther, who got his rookie training in civil rights by picketing against racial discrimination in fraternities at U.C.L.A. , is now battling in the big league: South Africa. Two years ago in Los Angeles, Crowther, an English-born U.S. citizen, was just a campus chaplain, but a fast rise in the Anglican hierarchy has made him Bishop of Kimberley and Kuruman and, at 36, the church's youngest bishop. His office in Kimberley has a picture of Martin Luther King on the wall, but Crowther has not until now been...

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