Saturday, May 6, 2006

California Episcopalians Consider Gay Bishop

Amazing what more and more denominations are opening themselves up to.

California Episcopalians Consider Gay Bishop

(AP) SAN FRANCISCO What's left of unity in the Episcopal Church is at stake heading into a weekend election for bishop of California that sets up a major clash over gays' role in the church.

Three of the seven candidates are openly gay, and choosing one of them to head the Diocese of California would further alienate Episcopal conservatives already feeling betrayed that the church approved a gay bishop three years ago. It could also fracture the strained relationship between America's 2.3 million Episcopalians and their parent body, the worldwide Anglican Communion.

A vote against a gay bishop would likely preserve the fragile truce.

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