(Post-Gazette) Unity a theme at new Pittsburgh Episcopal bishop's consecration

Amid the gothic grandeur of the consecration of a new bishop for the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh, a man in an overcoat and fedora suddenly held forth from the center aisle about a vision he said God had given him for a new bridge in Pittsburgh.

The speaker was the about-to-be-consecrated Bishop Dorsey Winter Marsden McConnell. The Yale-educated former actor, 58, teamed with diocesan youth to stage a parable about an engineer who couldn’t persuade anyone to build his “Bridge of the Angels” but used its model to save many families from a fire that broke out amid the great Pittsburgh flood of 1936….

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