From The Advocate
July 17, 2007
"I thought three months after my election and consecration I would be old news," says the Reverend V. Gene Robinson, the Episcopal Church’s New Hampshire bishop—and the first openly gay person to hold such a post in the worldwide Anglican Communion.
But four years after his election, Robinson—and the issue of homosexuality in the Anglican world—is more in the news than ever. The new convocation headed by Peter Akinola is just one development. By September 30, Episcopal leaders have been asked by their colleagues around the world to repudiate the blessing of same-sex unions and to promise not to ordain more openly gay bishops.
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