Saturday, June 6, 2015

Episcopal Diocese to return offices to Downtown’s Trinity Cathedral

From Pittsburgh-

Episcopal Bishop Dorsey McConnell is moving the offices of the Diocese of Pittsburgh back to its historic location at Trinity Cathedral, Downtown, after a 16-year hiatus that overlapped with a major schism in the diocese.

Bishop McConnell said that by moving his and the diocese’s offices from their current Monroeville location, he hoped to raise the diocese’s visibility and involvement in community affairs, and also to reflect the cathedral’s role as the seat or home base for a bishop. The move is expected to be finished by the end of June.

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