Fr. William P. “Doc” Holiday
"Doc" Holiday was born and raised in the Greater Cincinnati area. After high school, he served on active duty in the Marine Corps for over four years, following which he began a career in law enforcement. When called to the ministry, he integrated both his vocation to the gospel and to law enforcement by serving as a police chaplain, a ministry he still maintains with the Chaplaincy of the Orange County Sheriff's Office. He assisted in the administration of this program from 1998 until his retirement from the Sheriff's Office in 2013. He served as Curate at the Cathedral of the Incarnation while in the Anglican Church in America (ACA) and the Traditional Anglican Communion (TAC). He was ordained to the Sacred Priesthood in the Catholic Church on December 15, 2012.
Fr. Holiday received a Master of Divinity degree from Reformed Theological Seminary (Orlando) in 2002, and is a member of the Rosary Confraternity. He is deeply committed to the spirituality of Opus Dei, whose message is that work, family life, and other ordinary activities are occasions for spiritual union with Jesus Christ.
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Former Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese of the Eastern United States (DEUS) in the Anglican Church in America (ACA), and of the Pro-Diocese of the Holy Family in the Traditional Anglican Communion (TAC)
Ordained to the Diaconate in the Episcopal
Church in 1977; ordained to the Priesthood in 1980; consecrated on August 8, 1998, as the Bishop Ordinary of DEUS/ACA. Louis Campese attended LeMoyne College, Texas Christian University and is a graduate of the Institute of Christian Studies. He served in two Episcopal parishes, Church of the Good Shepherd, Maitland, Florida and Christ Church Longwood, Florida.
Rev. Louis Campese then assisted Rev. Bruce Medaris in establishing the Church of the Incarnation, where he served as Associate Rector and then Rector, presiding over the raising of the first church building in North America that had never been other than a Continuing Anglican church. During his tenure as Rector, he also served as Archdeacon of the Diocese. He has served for the last thirty years on numerous community councils, and has been very active in the Central Florida Ministerial gatherings.
He survives his wife of 49 years, Eudora, and is blessed with three sons and six grandchildren.
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