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A section of the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church's bio on Wikipedia has gone missing. This section was removed from the PB's bio on Wiki suddenly last month:
It was later discovered that the information provided by the Joint Nominating Committee for the Election of the Presiding Bishop described in its summary of her career the position of Dean of the "Good Samaritan School of Theology" in Corvallis, Oregon, from 1994–2000,Episcopal Church Joint Nominating Committee for the Election of the Presiding Bishophttp://www.episcopalchurch.org/documents/PB.Booklet.EnglishFinal.pdf, [http://www.episcopalchurch.org/documents/PB.Booklet.EnglishFinal.pdf "Profiles of Nominees for the Office of Presiding Bishop"] though there is no school of theology with this name, nor any corresponding school of theology in Corvallis. The Presiding Bishop later described the choice of these words for her profile as having been motivated by her having been in charge of the "then-rector's term for all adult education programs" of the church where she had been a pastoral associate.[http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=37277 "New top Episcopal bishop. challenged on her resume"], World Net Daily
The edited notes by a user called "Matisse412" includes this statement, "I work in the Communication Office at the Episcopal Church Center. Edits made per Bishop Jefferts Schori's suggestion."
The section deals with the controversy following Bishop Schori's election as Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church in 2006. In Bishop Katharine Jefferts Schori's official biography presented to General Convention and the Episcopal House of Bishop when she was a candidate for Presiding Bishop, her employment in ministry includes this item:
Pastoral Associate & Dean,
Good Samaritan School of Theology
Corvallis, OR 1994– 2000
Following her election as Presiding Bishop at the Episcopal General Convention in 2006, it was discovered that there was no evidence that a Good Samaritan "School of Theology" existed. Bishop Schori later admitted that it was actually a Corvallis parish's adult education program where she served as an associate.
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