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by jjp
This isn't so much a post about news as it is a question about lack of news. If it belongs in a different section, please feel free to move - I was not certain.

Is it common knowledge or generally expected when the Eparchy of Phoenix will be getting a new bishop? Any day now? Next year? Something in between? If memory servers, the transition from +Bishop Dino to Bishop John was rather quick/seamless.

I know there are lots of things going on in the eparchy, and do not mean to invite speculation beyond the actual question at hand... when do we get a bishop!?
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by Utroque
Could not all this be solved by a union with the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, or am I not allowed to bring these ancient and archaic divides up?
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