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Former Nixon chief of staff nominated as bishop coadjutor for Dio Los Angeles

On 3 OCT the Standing Committee for Dio Los Angeles announced an additional candidate to the slate for bishop coadjutor. The additional candidate is the Revd Canon John Taylor, full-time vicar of St. John Chrysostom Church and School in Rancho Santa Margarita CA. The Revd Taylor was nominated by petition, a process previously approved and announced by the Bishop Coadjutor Search Committee.

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Bishop of Caledonia in ACoC cancels electing synod for a bishop coadjutor

Earlier this year the bishop called a special diocesan synod with a two-fold purpose, to pass a canon law which would allow the diocese to elect a bishop coadjutor and to then have the election. However, an anonymous member of one of the parishes in the diocese objected, stating that the election would violate diocesan canon law. Subsequently, the bishop has canceled the announced electing synod.

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