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First off being a member of Father Pogue's vestry I will attest to his use of modern communication devices, cell phone, internet etc. One of the things that I like about Father Pogue is how he loves new electronic stuff. When you first meet him he comes off as the typical Episcopal Rector, a church rooted in history and not know for being cutting edge modern. Then you get to know him and dicover his use and liking of high tech stuff. It just to me presents an interesting merge of old style church with modern folks. To be in the 150 year old church and watch him email from his phone just makes me laugh and enjoy how we can have a rich history and still be as modern as everybody else. I am sure I will hear from his iphone eventually and wish him the best of luck with it.
Robert Ebert

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