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Jim Naughton recognized for work as Episcopal Café editor

Jim Naughton recognized for work as Episcopal Café editor

The founder and former editor of The Episcopal Café, Jim Naughton, today was awarded The House of Deputies award. Past and current members of the Café team congratulate Jim. The recognition is well deserved.


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June Butler
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Congratulations, Jim!

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Eric Bonetti
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Eric Bonetti

Well deserved, Jim!

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