The Right Rev. Bishop Leo Frade, left, addresses hundreds at Trinity Cathedral in downtown Miami during his Farewell Mass on Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016. Frade was head of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida. In October, he turned 72 — the mandatory retirement age in the Episcopal Church. Long esteemed for his social activism, Frade has endeared himself to many, including those in the Hispanic, Haitian and LGBT communities, for his vocal support. The Right Rev. Peter Eaton, center, who was Bishop Coadjutor of Southeast Florida, is Frade's successor.
The Right Rev. Bishop Leo Frade, left, addresses hundreds at Trinity Cathedral in downtown Miami during his Farewell Mass on Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016. Frade was head of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida. In October, he turned 72 — the mandatory retirement age in the Episcopal Church. Long esteemed for his social activism, Frade has endeared himself to many, including those in the Hispanic, Haitian and LGBT communities, for his vocal support. The Right Rev. Peter Eaton, center, who was Bishop Coadjutor of Southeast Florida, is Frade's successor. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com
The Right Rev. Bishop Leo Frade, left, addresses hundreds at Trinity Cathedral in downtown Miami during his Farewell Mass on Saturday, Jan. 9, 2016. Frade was head of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida. In October, he turned 72 — the mandatory retirement age in the Episcopal Church. Long esteemed for his social activism, Frade has endeared himself to many, including those in the Hispanic, Haitian and LGBT communities, for his vocal support. The Right Rev. Peter Eaton, center, who was Bishop Coadjutor of Southeast Florida, is Frade's successor. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com

Bishop Leo Frade of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida bids farewell

January 09, 2016 07:13 PM

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