A Lesbian Bishop Learns a Hard Lesson
She got the boot from LA Bishop Jon Bruno
By Don C. Warrington
March 30, 2017
The Episcopal Church’s first “lesbian” bishop Mary Glasspool was forced out of office by the Bishop of Los Angeles after she defied him by backing the congregation of St James the Great in Newport Beach in its dispute over the proposed sale of its parish properties.
On 29 March 2017, the attorney for the Rt. Rev. J. Jon Bruno, Bishop of Los Angeles, questioned the vicar of St James the Great, the Rev. Canon Cindy Evans Voorhees, about the events that led to Title IV ecclesiastical proceedings being lodged against the bishop.
The bishop’s attorney. Julie Dean Larsen, alleged Canon Voorhees had orchestrated a campaign to discredit the bishop and had conspired with other members of the diocese to halt the sale of the St James the Great in Newport Beach to developers.
One of the forgotten things in our rush for this new world is that, no matter how politically correct they are, if the people you’re dealing with lack basic integrity and transparency, ugly things will happen. When Jon Bruno took over St. Athanasius church from Ian Mitchell, he told the LA Times that he was “no angel.” The orthodox he evicted from the parishes he did know that, and now liberal lesbians such as Mary Glasspool know that, too.
Note: the president of the Hearing Panel who is overseeing Jon Bruno’s ecclesiastical trial is Bishop Herman Hollerith IV. I’m pretty sure he’s the great-grandson of the original Herman Hollerith, who invented the punch cards that were ubiquitous a generation ago in computers. Perhaps Bruno has found someone who is as good at punching things out as he is.
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