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Rev. Robert W. Ihloff

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The Episcopal Church of the Redeemer

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  • M.Div.
    Episcopal Theological School
  • M.A. , European History
    Central Connecticut State College
  • A.B. , history
    Ursinus College
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Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Baltimore, MD | Clergy and Staff, 14 April 2015 [cached]
Rev. Robert W. Ihloff
Listening Hearts Ministries: People, 5 Aug 2014 [cached]
Bishop Robert Ihloff
Her second son, Bob, was born at the end of 1994.
programleaders, 5 Aug 2014 [cached]
Rev. Robert Ihloff, retired Bishop of the Diocese of Maryland, serves on the Theology Committee of the House of Bishops and the Dean's Advisory Council of the Episcopal Divinity School. As a program associate with Listening Hearts Ministries, he is responsible for leading retreats for clergy groups.
Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, 15 Nov 2000 [cached]
Robert Wilkes Ihloff was elected 13th Bishop of Maryland on May 20, 1995, and was consecrated on October 21, 1995, in the Cathedral of SS.Peter and Paul, Washington, DC.
Born in New Britain, Ct, on May 19, 1941, Bishop Ihloff received an A.B. with Departmental Honors in history from Ursinus College in 1964.In 1967 he received his M.Div. from Episcopal Theological School, and in 1972 he received an M.A. in European History from Central Connecticut State College.
In 1977-78 he studied with the Boston Gestalt Institute, and in 1986 he received a D.Min. from Episcopal Divinity School doing his thesis project in the area of Group Spiritual Direction.In 1996, E.D.S. awarded Ihloff a D.D.He is a Fellow of the College of Preachers and an Associate of the Order of the Holy Cross.
Bishop Ihloff began his ministry as Assistant at St. Mark's Church, New Britain, CT in 1967.At the same time he served as Episcopal Chaplain at Central Conn. State College.He then served as Vicar of St. George's Church, Bolton, CT and subsequently, as Assistant and later Priest-in-Charge of Trinity Church, Southport, CT. In Connecticut he was active in youth ministry and ecumenical affairs.
In 1976, Bishop Ihloff became Rector of St. Paul's Church, Natick, MA, where he served until 1987.During that time he served as Presiding Minister of the United Parish of Natick, an ecumenical linking of four Protestant churches; was a member of several Diocesan Committees, including the Standing Committee and Diocesan Council, and was a Field Education Supervisor at both Harvard Divinity and Episcopal Divinity Schools.
The Claggett Center, 11 June 2014 [cached]
Rev. Robert Ihloff, retired bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Maryland, will lead this three-day mid-week retreat based on the book "Keepng in Tune with God".
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