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Bishop Nicholas Knisely of Rhode Island, former Cafe staffer, interviewed post-#GC78

Bishop Nicholas Knisely of Rhode Island, former Cafe staffer, interviewed post-#GC78

The FOX news affiliate in Providence, Rhode Island, interviewed the Right Reverend Nicholas Knisely, Bishop of Rhode Island, following General Convention. The piece covered Presiding Bishop-Elect Michael Curry, the vote on same-gender marriage, The Episcopal Church’s 225th anniversary year and the state of the church and its growth, church-wide and in his diocese:

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Professor Christopher Seitz

I believe the number of TEC dioceses with under 3000 ASA is 30% or higher.

http://www.episcopalspringfield.org/a-word-on-holy-matrimony/

+Martins statement post GC.

Miguel Rosada

I find it interesting that as he speaks of growth and the caption lists 51 churches and 18,000 communicants the latest diocesan ASA is barely 5000. Hopefully he has other reasons for optimism. Blessings

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