I am a Bishop of The episcopal Church, having served as the Bishop of New Hampshire for a decade, before retiring in January 2013.
Comes word that the National Cathedral, an episcopal Church, will start to perform same-sex marriages.
Debra, a New York-based lawyer who grew up in the episcopal Church, said the practice has never bothered her.
As it happens, Cummings had a similar upbringing, first attending episcopal, and then Catholic school.
He explained to the defendant that he attended episcopal and Lutheran services.
It is said, too, that Carthach himself was raised to the episcopal dignity in Rahan.
But is not this understating the case on the episcopal side?
This charter virtually placed the proposed university under the control of the episcopal Church.
In 1733 it was converted into an episcopal chapel, and was so used until 1849.
This episcopal Inquisition took many forms, and was never a very effective instrument in the suppression of heresy.
mid-15c., from Middle French épiscopal (14c.), from Late Latin episcopalis, from Latin episcopus "an overseer" (see bishop). Reference to a church governed by bishops is 1752. With a capital E-, the ordinary designation of the Anglican church in the U.S. and Scotland.