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- 2 Episcopal dioceses rip gay bishop vote | Episcopal dioceses in Pennsylvania and Texas accused the national church Saturday of exceeding its authority and violating its own constitution by confirming its first openly gay bishop and approving the blessing of same-sex unions (Associated Press)
- Pittsburgh Episcopal Diocese asks leaders to recognize conservative stance | Votes follow summer decision on gay bishop (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)
- Fort Worth Episcopalians oppose gay bishop, same-sex union | National church didn't have power, delegates at special convention say (The Dallas Morning News)
- Gay bishop spurs spirited debate | Episcopalians are split at Southland meetings on the church's decision to elevate a gay priest and allow blessing of same-sex unions (Los Angeles Times)
- Insufficient funds | Episcopal conservatives are hitting runaway ECUSA leaders where it hurts most—in the pocketbook—as Anglican world leaders approach meeting on gay issues (World)
- SA Archbishop Ndungane in gay war | Archbishop Njongongulu Ndungane of Cape Town has ruffled the feathers of some of his colleagues in Africa over his support for the ordination of homosexuals in the Anglican Church (The Sunday Mirror, Zimbabwe)
- Opposing gay clergy 'is like backing slavery' | So says Bishop of Oxford Richard Harries (The Daily Telegraph, London)
- African bishops clash on gay issue | The leader of the Anglican church in Africa has launched a furious verbal assault on one of his fellow primates after the latter criticized him this month (The Guardian, London)
- Homosexuality will not divide us, say African primates | The Nairobi conference reaffirmed that the stand of the African Anglican bishops on human sexuality was guided by the teaching of scripture (African Church Information Service)
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