New Hampshire Episcopalians may elect second homosexual bishop

According to the Boston Globe, the Rev. William W. Rich, a senior associate at Trinity Church in Boston and a “married” homosexual man, is one of three priests nominated by a Diocese of New Hampshire search committee to succeed Bishop V. Gene Robinson, who is retiring. The vote will take place by secret ballot in Concord on May 19. The New Hampshire diocese caused an already growing schism in the Episcopal Church in 2003 when they chose Robinson as Bishop, an open homosexual who had left his wife and family. Robinson’s elevation was simply one factor that led to the formation of the Anglican Church in North America, a parallel church to the Episcopal Church, after the latter “increasingly accommodated and incorporated un-Biblical, un-Anglican practices and teaching.”
Source: Boston Globe

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