The Right Rev. Bishop Leo Frade, head of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida, at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Miami. Bishop Frade will be officially stepping down from his post in January, but on Saturday the transition process started with the consecration of the new bishop at Trinity Cathedral.
The Right Rev. Bishop Leo Frade, head of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida, at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Miami. Bishop Frade will be officially stepping down from his post in January, but on Saturday the transition process started with the consecration of the new bishop at Trinity Cathedral. Al Diaz Miami Herald Staff
The Right Rev. Bishop Leo Frade, head of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida, at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Miami. Bishop Frade will be officially stepping down from his post in January, but on Saturday the transition process started with the consecration of the new bishop at Trinity Cathedral. Al Diaz Miami Herald Staff

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