Diocese of Minnesota

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September 25, 2006

Bishop James Jelinek of Minnesota has told the leadership and clergy of the diocese that he plans to retire in mid-2010.

 

Jelinek, 64, also outlined a timeline for his succession in a statement he presented to a joint session of the Diocesan Council, Standing Committee and...

August 31, 2005

Minnesota’s Hmong community has sparked a revival in a small St. Paul church that faced possible closure six years ago.

It began when Canon Susan Moss, metro missioner in the Diocese of Minnesota, introduced the Rev. William Bulson, vicar of Holy Apostles Episcopal Church, to her...

October 21, 2004

Monday, October 18, 2004 Statement of the Bishop of Minnesota on the Release of “The Windsor Report”

I commend The Windsor Report to Episcopalians in the Diocese of Minnesota for thorough study and reflection. I am very pleased that, above all, the report calls us to reconciliation...

June 30, 2004

The people of St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Lake City, Minnesota, do not do things halfway when it comes to social ministry--or recycling. They have essentially given away their unused rectory to a couple who moved it out of town to remodel for its family of adopted children, some with special...

May 23, 2003

Bishop James L. Jelinek of the Diocese of Minnesota has joined a lawsuit that seeks to challenge the constitutionality of a recently enacted Minnesota statute permitting concealed handguns in various places, including the parking lots of church buildings.

According to the new law, called...

March 6, 2002

Will Gove, an Episcopalian from Minneapolis, was the first volunteer in the nation to be honored by President George W. Bush in his efforts to boost volunteer activism in the nation following the September 11 tragedy at the World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Virginia. According...

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