Monthly Archives: August 2019

Grace Episcopal: Another Great Repost

Earlier, I posted about the recent Virginia Supreme Court decision, in which the court held that even non-hierarchical churches in the state may potentially be liable for negligence when it comes to the actions of their clergy. That’s a problematic ruling, particularly for the diocese, which wants to be hierarchical when it comes to property rights, but wants… Read More »

News: Cyber Work

With perjuring priest Bob Malm planning to pack it in at the end of September, I’ve been hard at work, repositioning this website and other online resources. This will allow me to more effectively spread word of issues at Grace Episcopal Alexandria. But fear not: I will continue to publicize Bob’s conduct across much of the nation. The… Read More »

Virginia Supreme Court Case Spells Bad News for Parish, Diocese

As things gear up for a possible lawsuit in the coming weeks against Bob Malm, Grace Episcopal Church, and the Episcopal Diocese of Virginia, a recent state Supreme Court spells bad news for the potential defendants. In a nearly unanimous decision, the court overturned a lower court dismissal of a tortious claim of negligence against the the denomination,… Read More »

Financial Reporting and Cash Management Problems at Grace Episcopal Alexandria

I’ve written on this topic before, including the fact that the $500,000 loan from the parish to Bob Malm was recorded off the books for many years. Here, in bulleted format, are some of the other problems with cash management and financial reporting during Bob Malm’s 30-year reign. Before you join the church, make a pledge of financial… Read More »