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Malloy Appointed Cathedral Acting Dean

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Headshot of The Very Reverend Patrick Malloy

On June 9, the Rev. Canon Patrick Malloy, formerly Sub-Dean and Canon for Liturgy and the Arts of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine, was appointed Acting Dean by the Cathedral Trustees, to serve in that capacity as the trustees carry out their search process to identify the 11th Dean.

“I am absolutely delighted that Canon Malloy agreed to take on the interim role of Acting Dean,” said Bishop Dietsche, who is the chair of the Cathedral Trustees. “This role comes at a crucial time as the Cathedral emerges from COVID, recovery from the 2019 fire, ambitious capital projects and the growth of its mission driven programs. I look forward to serving alongside him at this historic and sacred building in its ministry to our diocese, people from throughout the United States and around the world.”

Dean Malloy steps into his new role following the retirement of the 10th Dean, the Rt. Rev. Clifton Daniel III.