Monday, October 1, 2018

Episcopal bishop visits Guam, gives talk on diversity and inclusion

From Guam-

The Most Reverend Michael B. Curry, presiding bishop and primate of the Episcopal Church, visited Guam and gave a talk on diversity and inclusion on Sunday evening.

His visit marked the third time a presiding bishop of the Episcopal Church visited Guam, according to Reverend Irene Maliaman of St. John’s Church. The church last year celebrated its 60 year anniversary in Micronesia, and is comprised of a relatively small community, Maliaman said.

“It is part of the responsibility of the presiding bishop to visit the Episcopal Church on Guam because we are his family,” Maliaman said. “You do not neglect or abandon your family, even if they are so far away. You visit them, check on them, make sure they are OK and let them know that you love them.”

Students, parents, teachers and community members joined at the St. John’s School gymnasium for Curry’s talk. The night began with performances of songs from “Game of Thrones” and “The Theory of Everything” by the school’s orchestra students.

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