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resident of Kanuga. Prior to serving at or of Holy Innocents Episcopal Church te of Wofford College. He earned his ticed appellate law in Columbia. During l to priesthood and then completed South, Sewanee in 2000. Michael was , Spartanburg, before being named hedral in Columbia. He then served rg, Virginia. Michael is the author of dows into the Light. He often leads He is a member of the Board of e South. In his spare time, he enjoys

March 29: The Reverend Fleming Rutledge The Rev’d Fleming Rutledge is known throughout Protestant denominations of the US, and she has preached often in prominent pulpits such as the Washington National Cathedral, Trinity Church in Boston, and the Harvard Memorial Chapel. She explores the intersection of Biblical theology with contemporary culture, current events, literature, music and art. She is the author of seven books, including The Seven Last Words of Christ and Help My Unbelief. She is also author of The Battle for Middle-earth: Tolkien’s Divine Design in The Lord of the Rings, which has a fan base in Europe as well as the US. Fleming and her husband have two daughters and two grandchildren. She is a native of Franklin, VA.

April 5: The Reverend Deb Richardson-Moore For 27 years, Deb Richardson-Moore was a reporter for The Greenville News, winning three national writing awards and routine recognition from the SC Press Association. She then took over the religion beat at “The News” and enrolled in a nearby seminary to learn more about it. Her life was never the same. She left the newspaper and earned a master of divinity degree. Because jobs for clergywomen were scarce in her own Baptist denomination, she accepted a job as pastor of the non-denominational Triune Mercy Center, a crumbling, inner-city church to the homeless. Her book, The Weight of Mercy, chronicles her first three turbulent years among her homeless congregants. She published her newest book, The Cantaloupe Thief, in June 2016.

April 12: The Right Reverend W. Andrew Waldo Mid-day Service only Andrew Waldo was elected the eighth bishop of Upper South Carolina in December 2009. He was raised in Montgomery, AL, the second of six children in an Episcopal clergy family, and received degrees from Whittier College, the New England Conservatory of Music, and the School of Theology at the University of the South, Sewanee. Ordained in the Diocese of New Hampshire, he has served as rector of Trinity Church, Excelsior, MN, and of St. Mark’s, LaGrange, GA, and as curate of Grace Church, Manchester, NH. Bishop Waldo’s recreational interests include railroad history, music, and N-scale model railroading. 13

Cathedral Connections February March 2017  

The magazine of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Columbia, SC.

Cathedral Connections February March 2017  

The magazine of Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Columbia, SC.

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