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Diocesan Budget Details and Parish Pledges Reveal Dire State of Church Finances

The Episcopal Diocese of Virginia has released its budget for 2021, after a budget failed to pass at last year’s convention. Overall, the budget reflects a nearly 7 percent drop in pledges from the parishes, resulting in serious challenges for the fat cats at Mayo House. Of note are the details of parish pledges. Once again, Grace has… Read More »

Outdoor Services Means In-Person Protests

Over the past few months, most of my protesting has been at major intersections in Alexandria, particularly Dysfunction Junction, which perjuring priest Bob Malm named in honor of his 30 years as Grace Church’s rector. But now, with the really dumb decision to resume outdoor worship, there’s an added draw on Sundays for me, which is protest outside… Read More »

Online Petition Seen Almost Half Million Times

Another milestone is coming up fast, and that is more than a half million views of my online petition on Found at, the petition will soon have been seen by more than a half million people. It’s also telling that many are young, socially aware individuals, meaning that they are among the most likely to be… Read More »

Grace Resumes Outdoor Worship Even as Local Cases Surge

Grace Episcopal Alexandria, the clergy perjury parish, recently announced the return to outdoor worship. That spells bad news for the health and wellbeing of church members, their friends, and the community. To begin with, the church has largely skated current COVID-19 restrictions. For example, diocesan requirements specify that streamed worship involved the least number of persons possible. Yet… Read More »

Bonetti v. Grace Episcopal Alexandria: Motion for Injunction Filed in Federal District Court

Earlier today, I filed a motion in the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia seeking an injunction against perjuring priest Bob Malm. If granted, the injunction would prevent Bob and his family from engaging in further efforts at obstruction of justice, including witness tampering, threatening me, contacting me except through legal counsel, accessing this blog… Read More »