Orange County Superior Court judge rules in Favor of TEC

Posted by Kendall Harmon

An Orange County Superior Court judge on Thursday ruled in favor of the Episcopal Church in its long-running legal dispute over the rightful ownership of the properties of two congregations that seceded from the church years ago.

Judge Kim Dunning granted a motion for summary judgment filed by the Episcopal Church in its cases against St. David's Anglican Church in North Hollywood and All Saints Anglican Church in Long Beach, declaring the church properties were held in trust for the diocese and national church.

St. David's and All Saints left the six-county Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles and the national church in 2004 because of differences over biblical interpretations and liberal views on homosexuality and other issues.

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Posted May 11, 2012 at 3:34 pm [Printer Friendly] [Print w/ comments]



1. Already left wrote:

My understanding is that the judge is Episcopal and would not recuse herself and would not let the defendants offer any explanations. Sounds like a good reason for appeal?

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