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St. David’s Episcopal Church and marriage equality

St. David’s Episcopal Church and marriage equality

St. David’s Episcopal Church featured on KXAN TV news in Austin. Bishop Doyle has designated St. David’s to become the first of two Episcopal congregations in Texas to officially “bless” same-sex couples.


h/t to Walking with Integrity

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Warren Woodfin

Thank you for the clarification, Ann Fontaine. I found the use of the scare-quotes rather a surprise on this site.

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David Allen

The article likely says "bless" because same sex marriage is not legal in TX.

Brother David

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Ann Fontaine

Dear Warren: if you click on more info on the video you will see the sentence is copied from the TV station's note.

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Warren Woodfin

What's with the inverted commas around "bless" in the original post?

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tgflux

God is Good, huh Bill? The Holy Spirit, She moves---leads us to higher ground! 🙂

JC Fisher

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