Creighton Ordained

The Rev. Frank Wittington Creighton had grown so famed for his personality and his clean-cut rectorship of the Protestant Episcopal church of St. Ann's in Brooklyn that last October the General Convention of his Church (the Convention that deposed, in absentia, Bishop William Montgomery Brown for his heresies) elected him bishop, and last week, as he knelt before his own altar, seven bishops laid hands on him, consecrated him the 150th living bishop of that Church. At the end of the month he will leave with his...

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