Day: July 27, 2018

Heather Cook Applies for Work-Release

Heather Cook Applies for Work-Release

The Baltimore Sun reports that Heather Cook, the former bishop suffragan of Maryland, has applied for work-release: “The prison system’s Victim Service Unit said in the July 19 letter to the family of Thomas Palermo that placement of Cook “is to begin within the next several weeks.” “But Gerard Shields, a spokesman for the Department of […]

More Discomfort around Resolution B012

More Discomfort around Resolution B012

The Albany Times-Union reports that the Bishop of Albany is taking time to think about how to respond to Resolution B012, which essentially places the responsibility for solemnizing marriages in the hands of parish clergy. “[Bishop William] Love opposes same-sex marriage, and earlier this month voted against the resolution authorizing it at the Episcopal Church’s national […]