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November 26, 1997updated 03 Sep 2016 7:30pm


By CBR Staff Writer

A 54 year-old vicar, broken-hearted after the death of his wife and plagued by theological doubts, turned to surfing the net as a way of relieving his sorrows. And the Rev Arthur Wilson’s prayers were answered after he found love – and a new life – when he met the woman of his dreams on a discussion group. He made contact with Jenny Rusdell, 48, and two hearts began beating as one in cyberspace. They met, fell into each others’ arms and decided to marry. Now the Rev Wilson, from Oldham, Lancashire seems set to abandon his dog-collar for denim as he will quit the church at Christmas. And it will be HTML rather than hymns that will guide his future as he and Jenny plan a new life together designing web sites.

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