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Bishops who tweet

A growing number (though still a small minority) of the House of Bishops in The Episcopal Church are now on Twitter. A few have been on for some time. Is your bishop on Twitter? How does she or he use Twitter? If a BIshop tweets, does anyone listen (or retweet)?

Here are some of the bishops of The Episcopal Church who Tweet. Will yours be next?


http://www.twitter/#!/TexasBishop (Doyle of Texas)

http://twitter.com/#!/BrianPrior (Prior of Minnesota)

http://twitter.com/#!/NediRivera (Rivera of Eastern Oregon)

http://twitter.com/#!/BishopBenfield (Benfield of Arkansas)

http://twitter.com/#!/BishopCurry (Curry of North Carolina)

http://twitter.com/#!/azbishop (Smith of Arizona)

http://twitter.com/#!/BishopRickel (Rickel of Olympia)

http://twitter.com/#!/bppwhalon (Whalon of Europe)

http://twitter.com/#!/BishopMarc (Andrus of California)

http://twitter.com/#!/NewarkBishop (Beckwith of Newark)

http://twitter.com/#!/ChrisEpting1 (Epting of Iowa, retired)

http://twitter.com/#!/BpJimWaggoner (Waggoner of Spokane)

Tip of the Episcopal hat to http://twitter.com/#!iamepiscopalian on Twitter and also to my #EpiscopalCafe colleagues

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Ann Fontaine

Not TEC but CoE and the most informative and interesting Bp Alan Wilson

https://twitter.com/#!/alantlwilson

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