The Los Angeles Bishop and Standing Committee Vote no on Northern Michigan

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9 comments on “The Los Angeles Bishop and Standing Committee Vote no on Northern Michigan

  1. The_Archer_of_the_Forest says:

    Bishop Bruno is voting no? That boggles the mind.

  2. mannainthewilderness says:

    I am stunned.

  3. dwstroudmd+ says:

    Oooh! This for Rowan’s benefit, isn’t it? “Look, we are a little orthodox after all.”

    Talk about sacrificing the cannon fodder. Best one yet “not in my diocese” Bruno!!! I’m all grins.

  4. Chris Taylor says:

    The fat lady is clearing her throat. Rev. Forrester will not be a bishop, a Lama perhaps, but not a bishop.

  5. The young fogey says:

    It could be tactical but it seems with Thew-Forrester the liberals overplayed their hand.

    I understand his main problem isn’t the playing at Buddhism but the dodgy relativism of his made-up services.

    [url=]High-church libertarian curmudgeon[/url]

  6. optimus prime says:

    How much longer will this process carry out until the result is known?

  7. The_Archer_of_the_Forest says:

    No. 6, I think its pretty close. I read somewhere yesterday that mathematically, he has to win 31 of the remaining 34 standing committee votes to pull it out.

  8. optimus prime says:

    Any idea how the ‘cards might fall’ given the remaining dioceses?

  9. The_Archer_of_the_Forest says:

    I have no idea at this point. If even Bishop Bruno is voting no, then in my mind all bets are off as to whom might vote yes.