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The Reverend Dr. Patrick Malloy leaving General Seminary

Update, 1:20 p.m. ET:

The Reverend Malloy submitted this comment, posted below, recognizing the challenges of managing information in situations such as this:

Some have speculated that the Seminary and, in particular, Dean Dunkle should have published this news before others did.  I assure you that Dean Dunkle would have done just that, but we had not yet reached an agreement about the date.  In the meantime, the letter I sent to my parish was accidentally “leaked.”  It is important to me […]

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