Episcopal bishop, priest convicted of trespassing

Jun 20, 2012 | Posted by: Joe DeCaro | Full story: www.virtueonline.org

A retired Episcopal bishop and a priest from the Episcopal Diocese of New York were among seven people convicted June 18 on charges of trespassing on property owned by Trinity Episcopal Church, Wall Street, during a Dec. 17 Occupy Wall Street demonstration and sentenced to four days of community service ...
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“... truth will out.”

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Stratford, Connecticut.

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Jun 20, 2012
 
from virtueonline:

"In a statement on Trinity's website, the Rev. James Cooper, rector, said the church supported many of the Occupy movement's underlying principles and would continue to welcome protestors to its facilities in the Wall Street neighborhood but said it did 'not support the seizure of private property ...'"

... especially when that property belonged to Trinity Wall Street!
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Finally, a TEC bishop and priest with some convictions!

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