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Nominee added by petition to Indianapolis slate

Nominee added by petition to Indianapolis slate

The Episcopal Diocese of Indianapolis announced its slate of of candidates to become the diocese’s eleventh Bishop in July, along with guidelines for adding nominations by petition.

Following a successful petition process, the Reverend Canon Bruce Gray, Canon to the Ordinary in the Diocese of Indianapolis, now joins the Rev. Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows, the Rev. Grace Burton-Edwards, the Rev. Canon Patrick Lance Ousley, and the Rev. Dina van Klaveren as a candidate in the search for the next bishop of the Diocese, who will succeed the Rt Rev. Catherine Waynick.

The candidates will be presented to the Diocese during a series of events October 14-16, and the election will take place at Christ Church Cathedral during the last week in October.

Find out more about the candidates here.

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