Bishop Margot Kässmann has quite a few "firsts" under her belt.
In 2007 she became the first German bishop to file for divorce.
On October 28, 2009, she was elected Chair of the Council, the first woman in that position. This put her as the head of the Protestant church in Germany .... leading Germany's 25 million Protestants.
On 20 February 2010, Käßmann was pulled over for driving through a red light. Tests showed her blood alcohol level was at 1.54 per mil. (The legal limit is 0.5 per mil in Germany.)
While she may .... or may not.... be the first German Bishop arrested for drunk driving, she has become the first high ranking divorced female Bishop in Germany to resign from from her office as leader of the Evangelical Church as a result of a DUI conviction.
The fact that she she prays especially well while jogging doesn't seem to have been taken into consideration.