Fall-out from Episcopal financial scandal

May 1995
Christian Century;5/24/95, Vol. 112 Issue 18, p561
Reports on Episcopal Church Presiding Bishop Edmond L. Browning's statement concerning the criminal prosecution of the denomination's former treasurer, Ellen Cooke. Allegations of diverting church funds to personal use; Resignation of Cooke's husband as rector of St. John's Episcopal Church in Virginia.


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