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Diocese of Colorado Withdraws Candidate from Episcopal Election

The Standing Committee of the Diocese of Colorado notified members of the diocese on September 6 that they have withdrawn Canon Michael Pipkin from the slate of candidates which was announced at the end of July. Their letter reads in part:

In the last several days, we have received reports of serious personal, professional, and vocational issues involving The Reverend Canon Michael Pipkin. Because we recognize that these complaints are serious, and because they cannot be resolved prior to […]

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Order barring protesters outside Denver cathedral stands

The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear a case barring protesters from disrupting services at St. John’s Cathedral in Denver.

A few years ago, a group of anti-abortion protesters took to picketing outside the cathedral, showing graphic images of aborted fetuses. This was especially disturbing on Palm Sunday and at other times when parishioners, including small children, were outdoors. From the Denver

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