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Sep
10

Neal Michell

The Very Rev. Neal Michell is the Dean of St. Matthew's Cathedral in Dallas, Texas. He is the first native Texas-born Dean of St. Matthew's (in over 155 years) and one of three men at the cathedral who regularly wears a Panama hat
Sep
10

Mark Michael

Mark Michael is the interim rector of Saint Timothy’s Episcopal Church in Herndon, Virginia.
Sep
10

Jean McCurdy Meade

Jean McCurdy Meade is a retired priest of the Diocese of Louisiana, formerly the Rector of Mount Olivet Church, New Orleans.
Sep
10

Esau McCaulley

Esau McCaulley is the Assistant Professor of New Testament and Early Christianity at Northeastern Seminary in Rochester, New York, and a priest canonically resident in the Diocese of Albany
Sep
10

Daniel Martins

The Rt. Rev. Daniel Martins is the 11th Bishop of Springfield. He acknowledges being a rubrical fundamentalist but denies the charge of grammar pedantry.
Sep
10

Douglas LeBlanc

Douglas LeBlanc is an associate editor of The Living Church and a member of St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church in Richmond, Virginia.
Sep
10

Calvin Lane

I currently serve as associate rector of St. George’s Episcopal Church in Dayton, Ohio and affiliate professor of Church History at Nashotah House Theological Seminary.
Sep
10

Graham Kings

Graham Kings is Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion, a new post set up by the Archbishop of Canterbury, Durham University, and the Church Mission Society.
Sep
10

Thomas Kincaid

Fr. Thomas Kincaid serves as vice rector of Church of the Incarnation in Dallas.
Sep
10

Elisabeth Rain Kincaid

Elisabeth Rain Kincaid is a doctoral student in moral theology at the University of Notre Dame. Before her studies, she practiced law and spent several years as a campus minister.
Sep
10

Samuel Keyes

Father Sam Keyes is a priest of the Diocese of Alabama and a doctoral student at Boston College.
Sep
10

Richard Kew

The Revd. Richard Kew is (mostly) retired and is an Associate Priest at St. George’s Episcopal Church, Nashville, Tennessee.
Sep
10

Nathan Jennings

A native of Austin, Professor Jennings returned to his hometown when he joined the faculty of Seminary of the Southwest in 2005. Jennings has also served as the Director of the Anglican Studies Program at Seminary of the Southwest since 2008. Jennings is interested in liturgical theology, dogmatic theology, ascetical theology, theological hermeneutics and the way these disciplines intersect and inform one...
Sep
10

Jordan Hylden

Jordan Hylden is a doctoral candidate in theology and ethics at Duke Divinity School and a priest in the Diocese of Upper South Carolina.

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