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As a child Archbishop Jason Gordon had to endure being called names like “dumb” and “silly” because of difficulties spelling, reading and writing.

A guest speaker last Wednesday on I95.5 FM’s ‘Take Two’ programme with Wayne Chance and Natalie Legore, Archbishop Gordon said the issue of hidden disabilities was a “passion” for him because of his experience with dyslexia, which remained undiagnosed until he was at college.

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