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North Carolina clergy in marriage equality ad

North Carolina clergy in marriage equality ad

An ad for Marriage Equality in North Carolina and opposing the current proposals to narrowly define marriage in the North Carolina constitution features Bishop Michael Curry and other Episcopal clergy:


Left to right: Cathie Caimano, Canon for Regional Ministry; Michael Hunn, Canon for the Ordinary;Michael Curry, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of NC; Anne Hodges-Copple, Rector of St. Luke’s, Durham.


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What a wonderful witness! I intend to publicize this at places where the ONLY images of Christians ever seen, are anti-LGBT ones.

JC Fisher

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