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The Canadian Diocese of Algoma elects one of their own as its new bishop

The Ven Ann Germond has led the Church of the Ascension of New Sudbury ON, a parish of Dio Algoma, for 16 years. Even though she had not been an original candidate with the slate of nominees, after being nominated from the floor of the synod, she was elected the 11th bishop diocesan of Dio Algona on the 6th ballot. She received 70 of 102 votes in the lay house of laity and 30 of 44 votes in the clergy house.

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