With multiple lawsuits now under way against Grace Episcopal Church, the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, Susan Goff, and members of Bob Malm’s family, there is a monkey wrench thrown into things by virtue of the COVID-19 pandemic. In the case of the suit against Grace Church, Susan Goff, and the diocese, the court has continued the motions hearing… Read More »
Leaving aside for one moment perjuring priest Bob Malm’s bad habit of not being able to keep his hands away from his face amidst the COVID-19 outbreak, there is the issue of his past conduct. For example, when he tried dragging my mother, dying of COPD into court, here is what one Twitizen said: Yet perjuring priest and… Read More »
Good job folks. As for perjuring priest Bob Malm, as a priest and a person, he’s a total loser.
There’s something about Grace Episcopal that breeds hypocrites. Maybe it’s lead in the water pipes. Maybe it’s, as one priest has put it, “an evil spirit.” Or more likely it’s 30 years of perjuring priest Bob Malm. Check out the amusing screen cap of Matthew Dumont-Machowski’s Twitter page that follows: If nothing else, if Matt is serious about… Read More »
The recent news that parish administrator Amy Medrick is leaving Grace Church is sad, for in many ways she typified the dysfunction in the church. From her emailed comments that she was not comfortable with Mike Smith having her personal email address (horrors!), to her on-the-fly and inaccurate expositions of canon law (for example, her statement that it… Read More »
As I reported in an earlier post, experts state that COVID-19 can survive on the soles of shoes for five days. Experts express particular concern for children, who are by nature inclined to handle shoes, and to play while on the floor. With this in mind, and in light of the numerous food-insecure and homeless people who access… Read More »
And the damned pig doesn’t even wash his hands after taking communion and before offering it to the congregation. Don’t be surprised when members of St. Gabriel’s contract COVID-19.
Grace Episcopal Food Pantry Creates Elevated Risk of COVID-19 Exposure to School Students and Others Let me say upfront: I fully support efforts to alleviate poverty and food insecurity. But the presence of the food pantry at Grace Church creates serious ongoing issues of potential exposure to COVID-19 for students at the church school, as well as parishioners… Read More »
I recently have been in extended discussions with a priest and attorney about the state of affairs at Grace Episcopal, the clergy perjury parish, and the wreck that is the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia under Susan Goff. While I cannot share specifics, one exchange is worth reporting, and reinforces that the Episcopal Church is morally bankrupt. Read the… Read More »
Social scientists have long recognized that witnesses to bullying occupy four roles. These roles are not mutually exclusive, and a bystander may occupy more than one role, or switch among them. Regrettably, three of the four roles involve unethical conduct, and members of Grace Episcopal Church almost without exception occupy the categories that are unethical. The categories are:… Read More »