Richard RuttCecil Richard Rutt CBE (27 August 192527 July 2011) was an English Roman Catholic priest and a former Anglican bishop.
Rutt spent almost 20 years of his life serving as an Anglican missionary in South Korea, a country for which he developed a deep affection. He, like other scholar-missionaries such as James Scarth Gale, Homer B. Hulbert, George Heber Jones, and Anglican bishop Mark Napier Trollope, made significant contributions to Korean studies. Some years after he retired as an Anglican bishop, Rutt was one of several Anglicans received into the Roman Catholic Church in 1994. He was ordained a Roman Catholic priest the following year and spent the closing years of his life in Cornwall. Provided by Wikipedia