An update about Bishop Bruno. Keep the prayers going!
Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles
[April 30 — From the Bishop's Office] — Bishop Jon Bruno thanks everyone for the outpouring of prayers and love that he has received since his April 26 diagnosis with acute monocytic leukemia. He has begun intensive chemotherapy at the City of Hope, to which he transferred on April 27. His medical team continues to evaluate the effectiveness of this particular protocol and to determine next steps of treatment. The Bishop remains actively engaged in leadership of the Diocese; however, because he is in protective isolation, he cannot receive visits, calls or flowers at this time. Cards are very welcome and may be sent to the Cathedral Center, 840 Echo Park Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90026. Mary Bruno and the Bruno family join the Bishop in thanking everyone for the many expressions of ongoing support and prayer. Please note: Links to Bishop Bruno's April 26 message to the Diocese are contained in previous posts to the diocesan FB page. As the Bishop stated, the Bishop's Office will continue to provide regular updates as his treatment continues.