(Anglican Ink) Misconduct complaint filed against Bishop Jon Bruno

The Bishop of Los Angeles urged members of St James the Great Episcopal Church to trust him, because he was their bishop and his word was his bond. However, members of the Newport Beach, Cal., parish have now filed a complaint under the Episcopal Church’s disciplinary canons against the Rt. Rev. J. Jon Bruno alleging fraud, lying, abuse of authority, corruption and conduct unbecoming a member of the clergy.

On 6 July 2015 members of the Orange County congregation, who have been locked out of their church since the beginning of July on the orders of the bishop, filed a complaint under Title IV alleging “140 canon violations” by their bishop.

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One comment on “(Anglican Ink) Misconduct complaint filed against Bishop Jon Bruno

  1. Dan Crawford says:

    Given that Bruno’s behavior reminds one of his Presiding Bishop’s behavior for the past nine years, the complaint against him will fall silently in the Great Circular File.