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Delaware Announces Candidates for Bishop

Delaware Announces Candidates for Bishop

The Diocese of Delaware has announced the slate of candidates in their search for the next bishop. The five priests, which include Rev. Canon Scott Gunn of Forward Movement and Lent Madness, will participate in three walkabouts around the diocese in June. A special convention will happen in July, and the eleventh bishop of Delaware will be consecrated in November.

Profiles of the candidates can be found here.

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Gary Rowe

The ordination and consecration is December 9, 2017 not November.

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Emma Waters

Connecticut would be thrilled to see its suffragan elected in Delaware.

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Tom Sramek, Jr.

One bishop, four priests.

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Thomas Ferguson

I find it startling that this summary misspells "canon" as "cannon" more even more significantly that it singles out and names one of the candidates to the exclusion of others. In the interests of fairness and objectivity it would seem best to mention them all or mention none of them and direct to the site.

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Jay Croft

I think it's simply because one of the candidates is more widely known than the others.

If Samuel Seabury VI was one of the candidates, that certainly would be Big News.

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