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--Titus 1:9, Revised Standard Version
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You'd think being a wife, mother, author and blogger would be enough to keep someone busy.
But not the Very Rev. Katherine Bingham Moorehead, who will be installed today as dean of St. John's Cathedral and the Jacksonville-based Episcopal Diocese of Florida.
As dean, she'll oversee the 1,500-member cathedral parish and serve as Bishop Samuel Johnson Howard's second-in-command of a diocese of 77 congregations in 25 North Florida counties.
As the cathedral's first female dean, she'll also be hitting the Internet and pavement to promote existing cathedral ministries to the homeless and other needy people, expanding educational offerings and working with city officials to revitalize the urban core.
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Update: Some statistics on the Cathedral are here.
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