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Hip, hip hooray & let the church say Amen!

Hip, hip hooray & let the church say Amen!

Nicholas Knisely, one of the original newsbloggers at Episcopal Cafe, is now officially the Bishop of Rhode Island.

Follow it on Twitter! #newbishopri and here.


Photo of laying on of hands from the Rev. Jan Nunley

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Andrew Gerns

At the start of the sermon, Bishop Kirk Smith asked everyone present to do the opposite of what we are usually told to do with our technology. Instead of silencing our phones and putting them away, Bishop Smith asked us all to take them out and text, twitter, IM or FB the people we are connected with where we were, what we were doing and invite our friends to come and see.

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billydinpvd

It was a truly beautiful service!

Bill Dilworth

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Jim Naughton

There has been live tweeting from other consecrations, but social media has probably never been as central to a consecration as this one.

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Ann Fontaine

Is this the first tweeted consecration- do we need a new word? Twitterization?

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