Michael Hawkins elected as Anglican bishop of Saskatchewan

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The Rev. Michael Hawkins was elected as bishop of the Anglican diocese of Saskatchewan on Saturday. The election was held at St. Alban’s Cathedral in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, the seat of the diocese. The bishop-elect has been rector of St. Alban’s since 2001, and also serves as Dean of Saskatchewan. Rev. Hawkins was elected to succeed Bishop Anthony Burton who took up parish ministry in Dallas last September. The diocese has announced that March 6th has been set as the date for the consecration of their new bishop.

The Diocese of Saskatchewan
Press release from the diocese of Saskatchewan following the election of Rev. Hawkins
News from the electoral synod
Anglican Journal news report

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