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Jul
2

+William Love on TItle IV

To date, I have not seen a copy of the “complaint,” nor do I know who issued it, or what it says.
Oct
20

The need for transparency

We have considered carefully the available information related to the allegations against Bishop Mark Lawrence that are currently under review by the Disciplinary Board for Bishops. That information discloses an extended and troubling sequence of events that raises serious questions about transparency in the church.
Oct
14

Church attorney recuses herself

Bishop Dorsey Henderson writes: “Ms. [Josephine] Hicks has withdrawn ... because unanticipated circumstances have created the possibility of a conflict arising regarding fiduciary responsibilities for members of her law firm as matters develop.”
Oct
11

Bishop explains disciplinary board

“It is clear that the language ‘it shall be the duty of the Disciplinary Board’ means that the action starts exactly there.”
Oct
7

Title IV in action

The new title became effective on July 1, 2011, and already has been invoked in two proceedings against bishops of the Church. Given our past concerns, it is appropriate to take initial stock of the new canons as applied. Our succinct summary: it is even worse than we expected.

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