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Archbishop Michael Seneco

                 
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Archbishop Michael Seneco was elected presiding bishop of the North American Old Catholic Church in January of 2007.

Under his guidance, collaborating with laity and clergy alike, the church continues it's strong commitment to Catholic Tradition, while searching for the contemporary meaning of being Catholic in the twenty-first century.

A published author, speaker and advocate, the Archbishop continues to seek new and innovative ways and partnerships to bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to all who seek it.

Currently, the Archbishop is the pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Old Catholic Church, which meets in and ministers to the patients and residents of Specialty Hospital of Washington, located on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC.

The Archbishop is often sought after for comment, interview, and preaching.

Some of the topics he often speaks on include gay rights, gay marriage, immigration and the rights of the undocumented, right to life & the right to choose, HIV and AIDS care and prevention, as well as other social justice issues that face America today.

To learn more about the Archbshop, read some selected writings, or subscribe to his podcast of sermons, talks, and homilies, visit his website at www.seneco.org

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A Grateful Nation A look back at the US Military and it's response to the rights of African American Service members, and a call for the military to continue that legacy and allow for GLBT service members to protect our nation openly, without fear of retribution.

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Where is the Quilt? A reflection on the ongoing AIDS Crisis in the US. With the new Administration, will we see a more urgent and effective response to the crisis?