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  • Bishop John Howe retiring in his own time — on his own terms

    Bishop John Howe retiring in his own time — on his own terms
    In September 2007, Episcopal Bishop John W. Howe ushered four members of his Central Florida diocese into his small office on Robinson Street. The four men made the 64-year-old bishop an offer: step aside, retire now, and we'll pay off the mortgage on your lakeside home and the difference between what you make now and what your pension would be at the mandatory retirement age of 72.
  • Ruling kicks St. James property case back to trial court

    In a 6-1 ruling Thursday, the California Supreme Court reversed an appeal court's decision over ownership of the St. James Anglican Church property in Newport Beach, sending the case back to a trial court for arguments. In a nine-page opinion written...

    Gay Episcopal Priest Nominated For Bishop

    (WGN-AM)- Just three weeks after the Episcopal Church lifted a de facto moratorium on approving gay bishops, a Chicago priest in a committed same-sex relationship has been named one of three nominees for Bishop of Minnesota. Rev. Bonnie Perry, rector...

    Gay Bishop Supports California Gay Marriage Bill

    Gay Bishop Supports California Gay Marriage Bill
    Bishop V. Gene Robinson, the Episcopalian Bishop who served as President Obama's adviser on gay issues, came to Sacramento to support a state senate bill that seeks to clarify the separation of church and state with regard to gay marriages. San Francisco...

    L.A. Episcopal bishop vote includes gay candidates

    Clergy and lay leaders of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles could make history today when they vote to replace two retiring assistant bishops, choosing from a pool of six candidates that includes two openly gay priests. If either or...