The Diocese of Connecticut is not sure it needs a cathedral anymore.
Diocese of Connecticut
Ted Mollegen, a veteran deputy to General Convention, urges the Episcopal Church to ponder its future health.
The Rt. Rev. James E. Curry, Bishop Suffragan of Connecticut since 2000, plans to retire October 1.
“We are pleased that the church’s discipline has also begun to change so that priests may offer a generous pastoral response consistent with Connecticut’s embrace of marriage equality.”
The U.S. Supreme Court declined certiorari June 18 in two cases regarding property disputes between congregations and the denominations they have left.
“We invited Barbara to tap into our inner poet and claim a creative expression of our faith,” said Bishop Laura J. Ahrens.