Straight from Camp Nazareth, it’s Ask the Bishop!
Bishop Sean discusses the hot button issues of General Convention, the buzz generated by Presiding Bishop Curry’s sermon at the royal wedding, and his favorite part of summer camp below.
It’s a special edition of “Ask the Bishop”!
Join us as we chat with Bishop Bill Franklin of the Diocese of Western New York about highlights of his bishopric, his prayer for the Buffalo Bills, and his “Stair Dance”. Check it out below:
The spring edition of ‘Ask the Bishop’ is here! Bishop Sean answers your questions about his path to the bishopric, the Christian approach to gun issues, and Holy Week liturgies below:
It’s time again for Ask the Bishop! In this segment Bishop Sean talks about the collaboration with Western New York, family Advent traditions, and a Christmas blessing.
Welcome to the latest edition of “Ask the Bishop”! Bishop Sean answers your questions about what he’s reading, green energy, and his 10th anniversary as bishop of DioNWPA:
The Diocese is getting ready to film the eighth installment of the “Ask the Bishop” video series, which means we’re looking for questions from you!
Unfortunately, Bishop Sean cannot be with every member of the diocese all the time, but he would like to be able to answer questions you may have. If there is something you’d like to hear the bishop’s thoughts on (i.e., Convention, Explorer’s Day, Bible questions, you name it!), send your questions to Megin (email@example.com) by August 30. You can view past “Ask the Bishop” videos here and see what sort of topics have already been covered.
The latest installment of Ask the Bishop is here, on location from Camp Nazareth in Mercer, PA. Bishop Sean answers your questions about his favorite hymn, his hopes for the next generation of Christians, and his favorite memories of Diocesan Summer Camp:
The Diocese is getting ready to film the seventh installment of the “Ask the Bishop” video series, and we need your questions!
Unfortunately, Bishop Sean cannot be with every member of the diocese all the time, but he would like to be able to answer questions you may have for him. If you have something on your mind regarding theology, the diocese, the bishop’s views on current events, summer camp, etc. – send your questions to Megin (firstname.lastname@example.org) by May 29th. We may not be able to answer everyone’s questions due to time constraints, but all submissions are welcome (and may appear in later installments).