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November 12, 2019 | by Susan Brown Snook

The Rt. Rev. Susan Brown Snook, fifth bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego, preached this sermon during the convention eucharist at the 46th Annual Diocesan Convention that took place at St. Margaret’s, Palm Desert. You will be my witnesses, says Jesus. You are witnesses. A witness is someone who saw or experienced something […]

June 16, 2019 | by Scott Gunn

Sermon for the Ordination of Susan Brown Snook as Bishop You are witnesses! We are all witnesses today of a radiant moment in the life of the church, both here in the Episcopal Diocese of San Diego and in the wider church. And I hope what we are doing here today has a mark on […]

November 14, 2018 | by Katharine Jefferts Schori

Our calendar of saints remembers Leo the Great today, even though I don’t think there’s a single Episcopal church named for him. He lived from about 400 to 461, at a time when the Roman Empire was falling apart. He was well-educated and was ordained a deacon to serve as a financial administrator and ensure […]

May 24, 2018 | by Hannah Wilder

Hashtags: #RoyalWedding #BishopMichaelCurry #Episcopal More about the Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry at episcopalchurch.org American bishop brings human rights focus to royal wedding, David Rising/AP, 5-18-18 Video: Presiding Bishop Michael, Archbishop Justin speak ahead of the Royal Wedding, Episcopal News Service, 5-18-18 Video: Archbishop Justin Welby and Presiding Bishop Michael Curry on the eve of […]

August 22, 2017 | by Katharine Jefferts Schori

Listen to Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori’s sermon from her visitation to Trinity Church, Escondido on Sunday, August 20. Find pictures from the visitation below.  

July 5, 2017 | by Jim Mathes

Come Holy Spirit:  Touch our minds and think with them, touch our lips and speak with them and touch our hearts and set them on fire with love for you. Amen. On March 6, 2005, I entered this Cathedral for the first time as your bishop.  Those of you who were here may remember that […]