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Bishop Henry Irving Louttit

The retired bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida was interviewed on April 9, 1975, by Bart Kimball. Born the son of a telegrapher in Buffalo, NY, on January 1, 1903, Bishop Louttit served south Florida for thirty years as a leading figure of the religious community.

The Rt. Rev. Henry Irving Louttit directed the Diocese of South Florida during its greatest period of growth, overseeing new parishes established and the diocesan membership tripled, leading to the division of the one diocese into three in 1970.

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Bishop Henry Irving Louttit

The retired bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Central Florida was interviewed  on April 9, 1975, by Bart Kimball.  Born the son of a telegrapher in Buffalo, NY, on January 1, 1903, Bishop Louttit served south Florida for thirty years as a leading figure of the religious community. 

The Rt. Rev. Henry Irving Louttit directed the Diocese of South Florida during its greatest period of growth, overseeing  new parishes established and the diocesan membership tripled, leading to the division of the one diocese into three in 1970.




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