February 8, 2011
ST. BENEDICT — Archbishop John Vlazny on Feb. 1 ordained three men as transitional deacons. The three, who hope to be ordained priests in the near future, come from diverse ways of life.
Rev. Mr. Mark Gikenyi was born in 1978 in Kenya. One of nine children, he obtained a bachelor's degree from the Salvatorian Institute of Philosophy and Theology in Morogoro, Tanzania in 2005 and entered Mount Angel Seminary in 2006.
Rev. Mr. Bryce McProud was born in 1948 in Moscow, Idaho. He was ordained an Episcopal priest in 1978 and served in Yakima, Wash., Albany and Eugene.
In 2005, he wrote a book about the Archbishop of Canterbury's efforts to maintain unity in the Anglican Communion, in which members were debating issues such as the blessing of same-sex relationships. He renounced Episcopal Orders in 2008 and became Catholic. He and his wife Deanna have a son and two grandchildren...
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Hat tip to Mary Ann Mueller
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