The Rev. Samuel Rodman, left, awaits the procession of his ordination and consecration Saturday with the bishop of the Diocese of Massachusetts, Alan Gates, in the Duke Divinity School in Durham. Rodman will lead The Episcopal Church diocese for Central North Carolina, which includes Charlotte, Greensboro and the Triangle.
The Rev. Samuel Rodman, left, awaits the procession of his ordination and consecration Saturday with the bishop of the Diocese of Massachusetts, Alan Gates, in the Duke Divinity School in Durham. Rodman will lead The Episcopal Church diocese for Central North Carolina, which includes Charlotte, Greensboro and the Triangle. Bernard Thomas bthomas@heraldsun.com
The Rev. Samuel Rodman, left, awaits the procession of his ordination and consecration Saturday with the bishop of the Diocese of Massachusetts, Alan Gates, in the Duke Divinity School in Durham. Rodman will lead The Episcopal Church diocese for Central North Carolina, which includes Charlotte, Greensboro and the Triangle. Bernard Thomas bthomas@heraldsun.com

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