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Diana Butler Bass reflects on the ministry of PB Katharine Jefferts Schori

Diana Butler Bass, popular Christian thinker and author, reflected on the career and legacy of outgoing PB Jefferts Schori for the Washington Post.

Bass notes that Jefferts Schori was elected just after the election of  Bishop Gene Robinson, despite opposition from people who were opposed to a person who openly identified as gay serving as a Bishop. Bass sees this as a radical moment where the Church positioned itself in the midst of the debates concerning discrimination against women and LGBTQ rights […]

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