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The search and nomination process for the diocese's eighth bishop began more than a year ago after Bishop Ted Gulick announced in October 2008 his retirement plans. Between Sept. 15 and Dec. 1, the 21-member committee screened 78 applicants from 27 states and the District of Columbia. After choosing the final group of 10 candidates, the committee then visited and had multiple interviews in their home dioceses as well as commissioned background checks and conducted additional reference interviews and intensive interviews with the candidates in Louisville.
The nominees will visit the diocese May 13-16 for what is known as "walkabouts," a series of three forums held in various locations in the diocese to give the clergy and laity who will be participating in the special electing convention an opportunity to meet and question all of the candidates to be presented for election. The election will be held on June 5 at Christ Church Cathedral in Louisville.
The consecration of the eighth bishop of Kentucky is expected to take place on Sept. 25 at the Galt House in Louisville.
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