'Good Shepherd' Tagged Posts

'Good Shepherd' Tagged Posts

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Good Shepherd, Granbury, calls new priest

The Rev. Suzi Robertson, D.Min, has been called by the vestry of the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd, Granbury, and appointed by the Rt. Rev. Rayford B. High, Jr., provisional bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth, as priest-in-charge. Robertson will begin on July 16, 2015. Everyone is invited to her inaugural Sunday worship service at 9:30am July 19, 2015. She will be officially installed by a bishop in the fall of 2015. Good Shepherd is at 2016…

Episcopal Parties File Petition for Review by U.S. Supreme Court

On June 19, 2014, The Episcopal Church and loyal Episcopal parties and congregations of the Episcopal Diocese of Fort Worth filed a petition for writ of certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court. The Fort Worth parties were joined in the filing by the Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas and the officials from the continuing Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in San Angelo. In related news, the remand of the case to the 141st District Court in Tarrant County continues; Judge John P. Chupp entered a scheduling order that includes pleading and discovery deadlines and sets the hearing on motions for summary judgment for December 17, 2014.

Statement from the Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas regarding the Texas Supreme Court opinon in the Masterson case

The Episcopal Diocese of Northwest Texas and the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd issued this statement on August 31, 2013 following the Texas Supreme Court’s opinion in the Masterson case. In Masterson, a San Angelo trial court and the Austin Court of Appeals both found that breakaway parties had no right to take historic Episcopal Church property that they had sworn to protect, just as the Fort Worth trial court found in our diocesan case. Dear Friends in Christ, We wanted to let you…