Clergy Listing

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Bro. Ken Ehrnman
Lake Forest, CA
Abbot & Founder of Saint Francis and the Society of Franciscan Workers / Founding member of the EACA
Dr. Paul McCright
Dallas, TX
Canon to the Ordinary EACA House of Bishop’s
Our new Canon to the Ordinary is Dr. Paul McCright.  He was born in Texarkana, AR and raised in Hooks, TX.  He is an industrial engineer, holding a BS from Texas Tech, an MS from Arizona State, and a PhD from Stanford University.  His specialty area is engineering management and organization control.  He is single, having lost his life-partner Jim in 2011.  After retiring from 21 years as a faculty member at the University of South Florida and 5 years at Kansas State University, he now works as an Executive Vice President at a start-up technology company in Dallas, Texas.  He is eternally grateful for the love, support, and spiritual guidance he has received as a member of EACA since November, 2008.  Previous spiritual affiliations were with Baptist Churches and Metropolitan Community Churches, where he served on the board of directors at three different congregations.
Mr Dillon Dinova
Laurel, MD
Student in Formation
The Rev. Ashley Frank – DCom
South Africa
Missionary
Fr. Ashley Frank currently leads the EACA’s Mission in South Africa (MiSA). A black South African who grew up under the oppression of Apartheid, he has experienced, first-hand, its wanton and blatant race, social class and sexual orientation discrimination, often conducted in the name of “Christianity”. He has lived in Denmark, the United Kingdom and Belgium. A graduate of the University of Copenhagen, he received his MBA at Buckinghamshire New University.
The Rev. Bruce Hollenbeck
Kansas City, KS
The Reverend Father
I was ordained into the Diaconate of the Anglican Catholic Church in 1984 and was ordained into the priesthood in 1985, whereupon I became Vicar of St. Augustine’s Parish in Topeka, Kansas.  I left St. Augustine’s in 1988 and was transferred to St. Francis Church in Spartanburg South Carolina as Vicar until 1989, whereupon I returned to the Kansas City area and remained serving as interim priest-in-charge at various parishes around the city until I became inactive in 1993.
The Rev. Deb Young
Fayetteville, NC
The Reverend Mother
The Rev. Jon Kitto
Bloomfield, IN
Chaplain
EACA semi-retired. Born 1958 St. Louis,MO. Raised in Southern Indiana. Undergraduate Bachelors, Indiana University, Social Sciences, M.Div., D.Min., Ridley Melbounre Theological Seminary, Master of Law, American Military University. Commander, JAG, USN, Retired, current Executive Director GBARK Sighthound Sanctuary, Deputy Chief Justice Advocate, Prison Ministries, Hospice Chaplain, Indiana University Health, St. Vincent and Franciscan hospital networks. No charge, no honorarium  wedding and funerals for all faiths and denominations. Married, 3 years, together 23, 2 adult daughters.
The Rev. Nancy Morrison, MD
Palisade, CO
Boulder, CO

Author & Spiritual Director
The Rev. Susan Draag
Linton, IN
EACA Communication Director
Born in Bronx, New York, March 3, 1946 to very strict Roman Catholic family.  As a teenager, left the RC church and struggled for many years trying to find a church home that would accept my sexuality. Attended SUNY F’dale Ag & Tech College majoring in agronomy, joined the Peace Corps in Bolivia, South America, after attending Utah State Univ. for Peace Corps Training.  Upon returning, worked many jobs over the years and finally actually came out in 1978. In 1996, God lead me to the EACA. I was ordained a Deacon in 1997, a priest in 2007. I am retired and working part time for Walmart. I currently live in Linton, Indiana (lived in New York, North Carolina and Tennessee), I have had very high paying jobs and very low menial jobs. I have been around the block several times and had it not been for my friends and colleagues in the EACA, I would have not survived. Life is very good. 
Postulant Joel Chan
Ventura, CA
Candidate for Holy Orders
All Saints Parish
Joel grew up in the Los Angeles area, leaving only to attend UC Berkeley for undergraduate studies.  He returned to Los Angeles to attend the USC School of Medicine, staying to complete his residency and fellowships in pathology at the Los Angeles+USC Medical Center.  He specializes in Hematopathology, the study of the diseases affecting the blood, bone marrow and lymph nodes.  He was raised as a Disciples of Christ, but left the church for several decades before returning to God – finding a spiritual home amidst the parishioners of All Saints Parish.  He is currently a postulant for the permanent diaconate, with an interest in ministries focused on food distribution and the homeless.
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