One of my shortcomings in litigating the current conflict is I have a bad habit of wanting to give the Episcopal Church the opportunity to fix its misconduct. Given the extent of ethical challenges in the church, that’s a lot like trying to teach the proverbial pig to sing, but I keep trying.
And so it is with my recent disciplinary case filed against perjuring priest Bob Malm in the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts. As expected, the Diocese tried brushing the matter off and engaging in cover-up, as accountability remains a problem at every level in the church.
Here is the diocese’s notice, followed by my response.