Pittsburgh Gains Fifth Nominee March 1, 2012 News A nominee by petition, the Rev. Scott T. Quinn, has joined the final slate as the Diocese of Pittsburgh seeks its eighth bishop. Quinn, 57, rector of Church of the Nativity, Crofton, served as canon to the ordinary while the Rt. Rev. Robert Johnson was provisional bishop. Quinn is a 1982 graduate of Trinity Episcopal School for Ministry. The other nominees, announced in January by the nominating committee, are: The Rev. Canon Michael N. Ambler, Jr., 47, rector, Grace Church, Bath, Maine; The Rev. Dorsey W.M. McConnell, 58, rector, Church of the Redeemer, Chestnut Hill, Mass.; The Rev. R. Stanley Runnels, 59, rector, St. Paul’s Church, Kansas City; The Rev. Ruth Woodliff-Stanley, 49, rector, St. Thomas’s Church, Denver. The diocese has released a final report [PDF] that includes profiles of all the nominees. The election is scheduled for April 21.