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Episcopal reaction to guilty verdict for the murder of George Floyd

Episcopal reaction to guilty verdict for the murder of George Floyd

Reactions from Episcopal Church leaders and others to the guilty verdict in the trial of former police officer Derek Chauvin for the murder of George Floyd. Presiding Bishop Michael Curry issued a statement prior to the verdict. Statements will be added to the top as we receive them.

Episcopal Urban Caucus

YouTube message with transcript from The Rt. Rev. Kym Lucas, Diocese of Colorado

A Message from the Bishops of Virginia Following the Verdict in the Chauvin Trial

Added links from ENS reporting:

Minnesota Bishop Craig Loya

Los Angeles Bishop John Harvey Taylor

Arizona Bishop Jennifer Reddall

Texas Bishop Andrew Doyle

New York Bishop Andrew Dietsche and Bishop Assistant Mary Glasspool


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