Bishop Pierre Whalon

Pierre Welté Whalon was born in Newport, Rhode Island, in 1952. He was ordained deacon and priest in The Episcopal Church in 1985, and served parishes in Pennsylvania and Florida. On November 18, 2001, he became the first elected Bishop in charge of the Convocation of Episcopal (formerly American) Churches in Europe. On April 6, 2019 he passed on the crozier to the second elected Bishop in charge, the Rt. Rev. Mark Edington.

Link to Pierre’s new book (with Jean-Michel Cadiot) Laïcité: l'expression publique de la religion

Link to Pierre’s new book on marriage Made in Heaven?

Link to Pierre’s new Medium site

Link to Pierre’s columns on Anglicans Online

Links to Pierre’s Huffington Post articles in English and French

Link to Pierre’s new Tumblr Blog

Link to Pierre’s old Blog

Link to Pierre’s website

Link to some audio sermons, among others in English, French, Italian and German

Link to interviews, other materials

Link to a list of his other Publications

Link to his music publisher

Lien pour infos sur l'anglicanisme et l'Eglise Episcopale : Episcopaliens en France

Link to the site of the Francophone Network

Lien pour infos sur l'aide aux réfugiés irakiens : Association d'entraide aux minorités d'Orient For Ministry to Iraqi and Syrian refugees, see here.

See reports about refugee ministries in Europe, from the Episcopal News Service: Iraqi refugees find a new life

Updates on other ministries to refugees and migrants from Episcopal Relief and Development

Email Pierre Whalon

Bishop in the Episcopal Church, theologian, writer, organist, composer, Pierre Welté Whalon has a lot of material scattered around the Web. On this page are lots of links for Bishop Whalon’s materials for his friends in the Convocation of Episcopal Churches in Europe, The Episcopal Church, the Anglican Communion, and around the world.

Sans oublier que l’évêque est aussi Français, avec des écrits dans sa langue maternelle…

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