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Virginia bishop defends parish hosting Episcopalian consecration

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In a statement Wednesday, Bishop Knestout called the “offer of hospitality to a Christian neighbor in need” an “act of charity and well within the teachings of ecuminism and the norms provided by …More
In a statement Wednesday, Bishop Knestout called the “offer of hospitality to a Christian neighbor in need” an “act of charity and well within the teachings of ecuminism and the norms provided by the Church for ecumenical activities.”
The event is scheduled to occur on Feb. 1, 2020 at St. Bede Catholic Church in Williamsburg, Virginia. Haynes was elected an Episcopalian bishop on Sept. 21
What!?! They don’t have their own churches!?! Maybe the “bishop” would like to join their church, since he’s oh so ecumenical! 🤦🏻
Disregard that last icon & symbol! I never put that on my comment. Autocorrect!?!