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Bishop Curry’s installation

Bishop Curry’s installation

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ENS article which has three ways to view,

The Holy Eucharist with the installation begins at noon EST (daylight saving time ends at 2 a.m. Nov. 1) at Washington National Cathedral. Curry will preach and celebrate the Eucharist.

The service will be webcast live and be available at three different locations:

The live webcast will be closed-captioned for the hearing-impaired.

After the service, on-demand video viewing of the Eucharist will be available here.


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Paul Powers

According to the service bulletin, the “RC bishop” was actually the Primate of the Anglican Church of Canada.

Jay Croft

I was privileged to be at the service this morning. It was glorious!

I was surprised, though, that no one from ELCA had a liturgical part in the service. There was a Muslim, a Jew, a RC bishop and a guy from a Protestant denomination–but no ELCA,

David Allen

I’m guessing that they chose one full-communion church to welcome, as they chose one Anglican church to welcome. So in this instance the full-communion church was the Moravian Church, represented by the Revd Dr. Elizabeth D. Miller.

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