Diocese of Central New York

Articles

May 15, 2007

Stephen Meyer grew up in Davis, California, where one of his first jobs was working for a neighbor pulling weeds. The neighbor was the breeder of the Ace tomato, the first variety harvestable by machine, the kind seen heaped in eighteen wheelers traversing California Valleys every late summer...

August 31, 2006

“I’m always trying to let go of ego and self-consciousness in order to play this music,” says John Rohde (pronounced “roadie”), a jazz musician in Syracuse, N.Y. “I’m always trying, and I’m usually failing. Prayer is the same way.”

He is taking a quick break between numbers in the final...

December 19, 2002

The Rt. Rev. Ned Cole, retired bishop of the Diocese of Central New York, died December 16, 2002, at the age of 85 in Syracuse, New York. He became the seventh bishop of the diocese in 1969 and served until 1983. As bishop, Cole served the diocese during a tumultuous time for both the Episcopal...

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