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Nominees for Bishop Coadjutor of Los Angeles Announced

Nominees for Bishop Coadjutor of Los Angeles Announced

UPDATE: Nomination by petition process is here

The Diocese of Los Angeles has announced the nominees for election as its next bishop:

The Bishop Coadjutor Search Committee of the Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles has named five candidates for nomination preceding election by Diocesan Convention meeting Dec. 2-3 in Ontario, Calif.

The candidates are the Rev. Paul Fromberg, rector of St. Gregory of Nyssa, San Francisco; the Rev. Rachel Nyback, rector of St. Cross, Hermosa Beach, Calif.; the Rev. Anna Olson, rector of St. Mary’s, (Mariposa Avenue) Los Angeles; the Rt. Rev. Pierre Whalon, bishop of the Paris-based Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe; and the Rev. Mauricio Wilson, rector of St. Paul’s, Oakland, Calif.

The coadjutor-elect will succeed Los Angeles Bishop Diocesan J. Jon Bruno upon his retirement.

Read more here.

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Leonardo Ricardo

Now, that is quite a group of fascinating, stimulating, (dazzling), list of nominees…my wandering mind/thoughts fly high up into the sky…good wishes for all!

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