"Robert William Stanley Mercer" Community of the Resurrection/CR is a Roman Catholic priest in England. Formerly an Anglican bishop, he was the fourth Diocese of Matabeleland/Bishop of Matabeleland in Zimbabwe, a diocese of the Church of the Province of Central Africa, a Ecclesiastical province#Anglican Communion/province of the Anglican Communion. Since 2012 he has been a priest in the Personal Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham, a personal ordinariate for former Anglicans within the Roman Catholic Church in the United Kingdom.

Mercer was educated at Grey School, Port Elizabeth and St Paul’s Theological College, Grahamstown. Ordained as a deacon in 1959 and as a priest a year later, his first post was as a curate at Hillside, Bulawayo. After time at St Teilo’s Carmarthen, he returned to his homeland.

In 1970, he was deported from South Africa because of his stand against apartheid, specifically for running, with other Anglican clerics, a multi-racial parish at Stellenbosch University. He was then chaplain of St Augustine's School, Penhalonga and then Rector (ecclesiastical)/rector of Borrowdale, Harare.

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