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NY bishop reminds NY Times that TEC supports civil marriage equality

NY bishop reminds NY Times that TEC supports civil marriage equality

Bishop Mark Sisk of New York has written a letter to The New York Times, in response to a story about the efforts to faith leaders to block marriage equality legislation in New York state:

Speaking personally, I support the proposed New York legislation. So too, I am happy to say, does the Episcopal Diocese of New York, which voted in 2008 to call on the governor and the Legislature to enact it.


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