Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsRobert Cromey
IN THE NEWS

Robert Cromey

FEATURED ARTICLES
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 20, 1988 | Compiled from Times staff and wire service reports
The San Francisco-based Episcopal bishop of the Diocese of California is investigating whether a priest has violated his order against performing a rite blessing a homosexual relationship. Bishop William Swing said this week that he will appoint a five-member panel to determine whether the Rev. Robert Cromey, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church in San Francisco, has "blessed same-sex unions," and if he should be tried in an ecclesiastical court.
ARTICLES BY DATE
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 20, 1988 | Compiled from Times staff and wire service reports
The San Francisco-based Episcopal bishop of the Diocese of California is investigating whether a priest has violated his order against performing a rite blessing a homosexual relationship. Bishop William Swing said this week that he will appoint a five-member panel to determine whether the Rev. Robert Cromey, rector of Trinity Episcopal Church in San Francisco, has "blessed same-sex unions," and if he should be tried in an ecclesiastical court.
Advertisement
OPINION
June 9, 1991
Robert Warren Cromey's "Celebrate, and Guide, Sexuality" (Column Left, May 31) contains some very uncomfortable truths. While many religious groups spend their considerable resources and energies trying to stamp out "forbidden sex" (in one form or another), they seem strangely mute on the really crucial issues of the times. That list is very long and very familiar: hunger, war, drugs, homelessness, battered wives and children, white-collar crime, prejudice and, of course, AIDS. Given the fact that sexual abstinence (i.e.
SPORTS
November 11, 1998 | SHAV GLICK
Golfer Ernie Els, a two-time U.S. Open champion from South Africa, remembers what it was like when he prepared to play in the Masters for the first time: "I started to practice on a billiard table at home after a few people told me that the greens at Augusta were quicker than a snooker table. Unfortunately, I found out that they were actually a lot quicker." * Trivia time: What do the late Jesse Owens, Cap Anson and Judge Kenesaw Mountain Landis have in common?
NEWS
April 25, 1992 | DAN MORAIN, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Robert Alton Harris was eulogized as a "loving," though damaged man who regretted the pain brought by his crimes during a memorial service attended by about 300 death penalty abolitionists Friday in an ornate Episcopal church. Knowing that other convicted murderers could meet the same fate as Harris, many in the crowd left after the lunch-hour service to return to their law offices and work on appeals for other Death Row inmates.
NEWS
January 11, 1987 | RUSSELL CHANDLER and MARK A. STEIN, Times Staff Writers
Pope John Paul II's planned trip here is stirring anger and anxiety within the city's homosexual community. An Episcopal priest who is a gay-rights activist predicts huge demonstrations unless the pontiff cancels his visit. A 350-member gay political group has adopted a resolution opposing the Pope's visit to San Francisco, one of eight cities on his Sept. 10-18 trip to six states.
NEWS
December 3, 2001 | BENEDICT CAREY, TIMES HEALTH WRITER
The wide eyes and swollen features, the twitching around the mouth: Anger may be the most frightening of our elemental emotions. Yet many Americans have felt it deeply since Sept. 11 and say the sensation has intruded on their thoughts, affected their relationships and remained surprisingly strong, even months after the events. "The feeling goes so deep inside, I don't know if the word 'anger' even covers it," said Joyce Glenn, 50, a Roman Catholic lay minister and peace activist in Omaha.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|