Daniel Sylvester Tuttle - May 30, 2010

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4 Louisiana Welcomes 11th Bishop
In a pre-consecration interview with The Advocate in Baton Rouge, Thompson said he wants to deepen the spiritual focus of the diocese. “I want to call us into a prayer life so we can begin to be intentional about our relationship with Jesus,” he said. “Until we have that kind of relationship with Jesus that we depend upon, then everything else is just our own opinion.”

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6 Daniel Sylvester Tuttle, 13th Presiding Bishop
By Richard J. Mammana, Jr.
Bishop Tuttle arrived in Montana in late 1867, leaving his wife and infant son in New York until he had begun diocesan organization and secured adequate housing. He made the gold-prospecting boomtown (and sometime territorial capital) Virginia City his base of operations and looked back later in life on his year in this frontier settlement “as perhaps the most valuable one of my missionary experience.”

catholic voices
8 Working Out the Covenant
“It would be odd for us not to sign the Covenant if we were to find that the Episcopal Church and the Anglican Church of Canada were the only other non-signatories,” writes Peter Carrell of the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia. “It would certainly take the sting out of any angst about the Covenant in 2012 if it were clear by then that we would be one of the few rather than the many signing it.”

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11 Receiving the Council

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12 Letters
13 People & Places
14 Sunday’s Readings

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