Bishops learning how to sue people

Three bishops from Toronto have travelled to Richmond Virginia to learn how to be better bishops from TEC. It all looks quite tedious. One thing did catch my eye, though: the TEC counsel for property litigation held a session on clergy discipline. Presumably the Canadian bishops will return with a renewed zest for suing people.

Another lesson was on “Building Community”. Don’t laugh.

From here:

Bishops listen June 14 as Mary Kostel, special counsel to the presiding bishop for property litigation and discipline, explains the Episcopal Church’s clergy discipline canon, known as Title IV. The session was part of Living our Vows, the College for Bishops’ three-year formation program for new bishops.

2 thoughts on “Bishops learning how to sue people

  1. I am not at all surprised that the so-called bishops are out to sue anyone that does not agree with their apostasy. In reality the majority of them including the primate should have been removed from office years ago as they no longer have any regard to either the authority of Scripture or the uniqueness of Jesus Christ. If the courts took an honest look at the vows these clergy have made and the departure they have made from said vows the judges would do the right thing and dismiss any said actions.

  2. If we don’t live according to the will of God, we will dig our own graves, on the way to total destruction.

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