“Most Trusted Man in America,” an Episcopalian

In our typical “best kept secret” form of evangelism, virtually none of the scores of stories about Walter Cronkite’s funeral being at “St. Bartholomew’s Church in midtown Manhatten bother to mention that this is St. Bartholomew’s EPISCOPAL Church.

And that “the most trusted man in American” was a committed Episcopalian whose family had worshipped at St. Bart’s for many decades.

Much more fun for the press to talk about how our church is falling apart than to acknowledge that it has formed, and will continue to form, faithful Christian men and women whose contributions — unlike Cronkites’ — are often unknown and unnamed, but whose devout lives make this world a better place. 

Well done, good and faithful servant(s)!

2 Responses to ““Most Trusted Man in America,” an Episcopalian”

  1. Bryan Owen Says:

    Well said, bishop!

  2. DP Says:

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