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Conciliator appointed for Fort Worth & Quincy cases: Anglican Ink, November 20, 2012 November 20, 2012

Posted by geoconger in Anglican Ink, Canon Law, Fort Worth, Quincy, The Episcopal Church.
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John Douglass of the University of Richmond School of Law

The Presiding Bishop’s office has appointed a former federal prosecutor and law school dean to serve as a mediator in the Fort Worth and Quincy cases.

On 19 Nov 2012 the Rt. Rev. F. Clayton Matthews wrote two letters to the nine bishops subject to complaints of misconduct for having express opinions contrary. Bishop Matthews informed the nine that Prof.  John Douglass had been appointed to be “conciliator” between the accused and the complainants.

Read it all in Anglican Ink.

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1. Ryan A - November 20, 2012

What exactly is there to conciliate? If you have different opinions, you have different opinions.


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