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Reed elected as Bishop Coadjutor in West Texas

Reed elected as Bishop Coadjutor in West Texas

The Diocese of West Texas reports:

The Rt. Rev. David Mitchell Reed was chosen Bishop Coadjutor-Elect of the Episcopal Diocese of West Texas at the Special Council of the diocese on Saturday, October 25, 2014, held at TMI – The Episcopal School of Texas in San Antonio.


Reed, age 57, is currently the Bishop Suffragan (assistant) of the diocese, and was one of six nominees. Now as Bishop Coadjutor, Reed will continue to serve alongside Bishop Gary Lillibridge and upon the retirement of Lillibridge in 2017, Reed will become the tenth bishop of the Diocese of West Texas.

The other nominees were the Rev. Scott Brown, St. Alban’s, Harlingen; the Rev. Ram Lopez, St. George, San Antonio; the Rev. Jim Nelson, St. John’s, McAllen; the Rev. David Read, St. Luke’s, San Antonio; and the Rev. Robert Woody, Reconciliation, San Antonio. Read more.

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tgflux

A diverse slate that varied from David Reed, to David Read!

Seriously—assuming “Ram” is short for “Ramon” not “Ramona”—an all-male slate in 2014 is shameful.

God gifts and calls the Imago Dei made female, as much as made male. If the Diocese of West Texas couldn’t find even *one* female candidate for their bishop, doesn’t mean God didn’t make her. It’s that they weren’t looking.

JC Fisher

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