In the News: Media Coverage Roundup (updated 11/29/2016)
Image: The Very Rev. Dr. DeDe Duncan-Probe at St. James’ Church in Skaneateles. Photo by Ellen Abbott, WRVO Public Media.
The Very Rev. Dr. DeDe Duncan-Probe will be ordained Bishop of Central New York on December 3, 2016. In late October and early November, Bishop-elect DeDe traveled to four different cities in the Diocese to meet with church leaders and begin conversations about our work together. She also met with local media before each meeting to talk about the Episcopal Church in Central New York. We’ve gathered coverage here.
“Episcopal Diocese of CNY To Ordain First Female Bishop.” WWNY-TV 7 News, Watertown, New York. October 25, 2016.
“Future Episcopal Church Bishop Visits Utica.” Cara Thomas, Time Warner Cable News/ Spectrum News. November 1, 2016.
“CNY Episcopal Bishop-elect visits Binghamton.” News Channel 34, Binghamton, New York. November 14, 2016.
“New Episcopal bishop looks to future of church in a fractured society.” Ellen Abbott, WRVO Public Media, Syracuse, New York. October 31, 2016.
Priest Pulse podcast, Season 2 Episode 5. “‘Over the Face of the Waters’ featuring Bishop-elect DeDe Duncan-Probe, Todd Brewer and Kayrn Wiseman.” Starting at ~41:30, Bishop-elect Duncan-Probe shares her thoughts about her journey of faith, the election, and her expectations for entering into her new ministry with the people of Central New York.
“First woman to be elected Episcopal Bishop of Central New York visits Watertown.” Jen Jackson, Watertown Daily Times, Watertown, New York. October 30, 2016.
“She wanted to be a priest in a Texas town where women couldn’t; now she’s a bishop.” Marnie Eisenstadt, Post-Standard/ syracuse.com, Syracuse, New York. November 1, 2016.
“First female CNY Episcopal bishop visits Skaneateles to ‘continue this journey’ together.” Jonathan Monfiletto, West Onondaga County Journal, Skaneateles, New York. November 1, 2016.
“NEW BISHOP: Next Episcopal leader emphasizes service.” Thomas Picciano, Press & Sun-Bulletin, Binghamton, New York. November 28, 2016.