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NYC's $1 billion Trinity Episcopal Church

Even before an earthquake caused several million dollars worth of damage, which the Episcopal Washington cathedral has nowhere near the funds to pay for, the cathedral’s financial situation was so serious that it had to stop advertising service times in the Washington Post.

Moreover, this is the same year that Episcopal cathedrals in both Delaware and Rhode Island had such dwindled attendance, contributions and membership that they announced the dates this year for final services before these two cathedrals are closed.

Then, last summer, the New York Post reported that the Sunday attendance at Historic Trinity Episcopal Church Wall Street was counted by a long-time parishioner at 49.

But the following week’s church bulletin reported attendance to be 113.

Reported the Post:

Question: Will Historic Trinity offer any of its billion-dollar income to help the Washington cathedral with its multi-million-dollar earthquake indebtedness?

Second question: Why in the New York Post was there no comment from either the denomination’s presiding bishop or from the Episcopal bishop of New York? (It surely appears to me that the Post inquired of these prelates – who refused to comment.)

Third question: Since the one-time 3.6 million-member Episcopal Church has already lost 1.6 million of those members – in large measure due to its approving of same-sex marriage, as well as homosexual and lesbian priests and bishops – have these losses in membership, as well as millions of dollars in contributions, been made up by donations from members of the hugely financed sodomy lobby?