Tag: Presiding Bishop election

Facing Race after Michael Curry’s election as Presiding Bishop

We are no closer to being a black church or even a non-white church at the denominational level than we were last week. We are never completely ready to break with the discriminatory past.

Episcopal Herald Podcast – Special Edition – Presiding Bishop Election

Today was a momentous day in the history of the Episcopal Church as the Rt. Rev. Michael Curry of North Carolina was elected to be the 27th Presiding Bishop. This edition of the podcast is a conversation with Bishop Jeff Fisher on his experiences in the House of Bishops during the election and his hopes for the next nine years during Bishop Curry’s ministry as Presiding Bishop.

The Nominees Who Were Not

The Presiding Bishop slate describes the present (and future) of leadership in the Episcopal Church.

Episcopal Herald Podcast – Edition 1

We break down the Presiding Bishop election and the conversation regarding the structure of the church in our first edition of the podcast.

Profiling the PB Nominees: Bishop Breidenthal

The Rt. Rev. Thomas E. Breidenthal has served as the Bishop of the Diocese of Southern Ohio since 2006. Prior to his election, Breidenthal was the Dean of Religious Life and of the Chapel at […]