The August 12th letter from Bishop Eaton is on Saint Andrew’s Residence letterhead with no reference to the Diocese of Southeast Florida. The letter addresses the displacement and not other issues brought up by residents such as mold and frequent inoperable elevators.
In the midst of the Covid pandemic, Episcopal High School in Houston has scheduled an 8-game regular season for its football program. The Chairman of the Trustees of the school is the Rt. Rev. C. Andrew Doyle, bishop of the Diocese of Texas.
The building has been beset with problems in the past two years. Elevators don’t work properly and mold is so prevalent that it damages furniture and clothes, residents told The Post. Another fire in October 2018 left the building without air conditioning for a week.
“We remain proud of his exemplary performance as Dean of our cathedral, and of the spirit with which he cooperated with the investigation in the Diocese of Connecticut.” – Bishop of New York and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of St John’s the Divine
The Archbishop of Canterbury enshrines the principle that anyone opposed to the women in the priesthood is ensured their consecrators hold the same belief.
This one plaque stands out from the rest by having been placed by an outside secular organization, about a parishioner’s service to that organization, and without there being any other connection to the parish to explain its presence there.