Church-state divide looms for Episcopalians on gay marriage

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(UNDATED) Episcopal bishops from the six states that have legalized gay marriage are requesting permission to adapt their church’s venerable prayer book for use at same-sex weddings. The proposal presents a new challenge to the Episcopal Church as it seeks to balance respect for gay rights with fellow Anglicans’ widespread condemnation of homosexuality. The request […]

  • This is all very sad. I am sure the Episcopal bishops know in their hearts that marriage is “only” between a man and a woman. This is how God planned it. It is revealed in Holy Scripture and of course clearly in our own human bodies.

    It would be good for all the Episcopal bishops to read Pope John Paul’s “Theology of the Body.”

    Children without discipline run wild, that is why in God’s good wisdom, the Catholic Church has a teaching body, the Magisterium.
    The Episcopal Church has no teaching office – so – the children run wild.

    We must pray for them.

    God bless….

  • rick