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Bishop Michael Curry positive health update

by Premier Journalist
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Bishop Michael Curry is home from hospital, after a successful procedure on Thursday to address his reoccurring subdural hematomas.  

The Episcopal Church has asked brothers and sisters to "continue to hold Bishop Curry, his family, and his medical team in your prayers".

In September, the 71 year old was in hospital to remove an adrenal gland and a non-cancerous mass, following treatment for episodes of internal bleeding.

The popular cleric is perhaps most widely recognised for his sermon about ‘Love’ at the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at St George’s Chapel in 2018.

He’s approaching the end of his nine-year tenure as the lead bishop of the Episcopal Church – the USA’s official province within the Anglican Communion.

The bishop suffered his first brain bleed at the start of his role in 2015, when he fell at hit his head on the morning of his installation.

His symptoms then did not become apparent for another month, when he experienced temporary memory loss while preaching.

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