Someone recently asked how they could access independent information on the court case now pending against Grace Episcopal Alexandria, Bishop Susan Goff, and the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia in conjunction with Bob Malm’s perjury. Information is available at https://eapps.courts.state.va.us/gdcourts/civilDetail.do?formAction=newSearch?ts=1574821639633&clientSearchCounter=6&localFipsCode=510 I will provide information on the other court cases as they are filed.
Someone recently asked me why the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia continues to defend Bob Malm, his perjury, and Grace Episcopal’s attempts to game the legal system. Of course, only the diocese knows for sure, but I believe I know why. In large measure, it’s the same paradigm, I believe, as led diocesan officials to support Bishop Bruno, despite… Read More »
Well, it is official: The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia is morally bankrupt. Specifically, the Rev. Sven vanBaars, rector of the Abingdon parish and ethically challenged Title IV intake officer for the diocese, has been elected a clergy delegate to general convention. Why do I say that vanBaars is morally bankrupt? Because he has said, in writing, that he… Read More »
As I have mentioned before on this blog, I have numerous concerns about governance at Grace Episcopal. Among these are allegations of conflicts of interest on Bob Malm’s part, the possibility of private inurement, and lack of adequate internal checks and balances to prevent these issues. One of the allegations is that Bob Malm improperly influenced Grace Episcopal… Read More »
I’ve been reading a lot lately, and there’s a good book that sums up perfectly my experiences with perjuring priest Bob Malm and Grace Episcopal church. Titled, When Narcissism Comes to Church the book is written by David Orrison. Following is an excerpt from his blog that well describes the organizational narcissism at Grace Church: Too many people… Read More »