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Rise in Glory Jonathan Winters

Rise in Glory Jonathan Winters

Jonathan Winters died yesterday. An Episcopalian, he often helped support various ministries with his comic talents. In 1982 he did a benefit for the Episcopal Ministry on Aging during General Convention. In 1985 he did a public service spot on preventing domestic violence.

Prior Aelred notes on Facebook: I mourn the passing of fellow Episcopalian, Jonathan Winters — I’m so old that I remember his joke, “I’m an Episcopalian. That’s a Catholic who couldn’t learn Latin.”


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Rod Gillis

I did not know that Jonathan Winters was an Anglican; but I do remember he was a really funny guy. Thanks for the extra info about his connection with the church. Great story.

tgflux

Did not know this. RIP, sweet man.

JC Fisher

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