Some time ago, I emailed both Bishop Susan Goff and Bishop Shannon Johnston of the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia about Episcopal priest Bob Malm’s false statements of fact to the courts. Neither bothered to respond. Bob Malm remains rector of Grace Episcopal Church in Alexandria VA and, to my knowledge, has not been held accountable in any way for his fabrications.
In addition, I have informed the bishops repeatedly of Bob Malm’s written perjury in his response to my interrogatories, in which he lied, claiming that my mother, dying of COPD, contacted him repeatedly. She did not.
Needless to say, the bishops have done nothing about this incident of perjury, either.
All I can say is if you’re looking for integrity, you won’t find it in the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, nor in the Episcopal Church generally.
Here is a copy of my email.
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