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Christ Church Cathedral - History of Church Leadership
2005: Dean and Rector Robert Giannini retires.
Board of Directors | American Values Alliance
Robert Giannini, an Episcopal priest, has served in both pastoral and academic roles in his 38 years of active ministry.He holds a Ph.D. from St. Andrews University in Scotland and is the Canon Theologian of the Diocese of Indianapolis.For 15 years he served as Dean of Christ Church Cathedral in downtown Indianapolis.
Standing Committee Minutes September 2005
Many of you already know this, but I will remind you here, that Bob Giannini will be retiring in October as Dean and Rector of Christ Church Cathedral.
His warmth, integrity, humor and obvious intellect have made him an effective leader among us, and I want to suggest that it would be appropriate for the Standing Committee to offer some word of appreciation for his many years of ministry among us.
Though he does not yet know this - and I count on you to keep it to yourselves for the time being - I have it in mind to name him "Canon Theologian" of the Diocese of Indianapolis.
There will be a resolution prepared by the Resolutions Committee thanking Dean Robert Giannini for his years of service to the diocese as Dean and Rector of Christ Church Cathedral for presentation to the Diocesan Convention.
Christ Church Cathedral - 11.02.05 $500,000 gift
The Vestry, on behalf of the congregation, wished to honor the 15-year ministry of Robert Giannini as dean and rector of Christ Church Cathedral.Giannini is a graduate of GTS, served as chair of the board and currently serves as chair of its capital campaign.He retired from the Cathedral on Oct. 18, 2005.
Christ Church Cathedral - Giannini, Chandler to lead Pilgrimage to Italy
Good News February 2007 > Giannini, Chandler to lead Pilgrimage to Italy
, David Chandler to lead Pilgrimage to Italy
...Join Bob Giannini, dean and rector emeritus, and David Chandler, Franklin college professor of philosophy and religion, on a 14-day pilgrimage to Italy, May 28 to June 11, 2007.