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  • Crumb, Lawrence N. (Historical Society of the Episcopal Church, 2012-12)
    Frederic Ebenezer John Lloyd was elected bishop by the Episcopal diocese of Oregon in 1905. Because of controversy, he declined and left the Episcopal Church, eventually becoming archbishop of the American Catholic Church. ...
  • Crumb, Lawrence N. (2014)
    The article begins with a summary of two previous articles about extra-canonical ordinations: 1) the ordination of women priests by bishops of the Episcopal Church in 1974; 2) the ordination of bishops for conservative ...
  • Crumb, Lawrence N. (SPCK Publishing, 1963)
    The traditional minister of ordination is a bishop. However, during the late Middle Ages, several superiors of religious orders received papal permission to ordain their monks to the subdiaconate and diaconate. The principal ...
  • Crumb, Lawrence N. (Used by permission of The Anglican, 2018)
    Thomas Cromwell was the second most powerful man in England throughout the 1530s, a decade of significant change in both church and state. The article describes his influence on the two English universities, and related ...
  • Crumb, Lawrence N. (University of Oregon, 2023)
    Thomas Fielding Scott was the Episcopal Church’s first bishop in the Pacific Northwest. He served for only thirteen years (1854-1867) and left thinking he had been a failure. But despite his feeling of failure, there were ...

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