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Navy to allow same-sex weddings

According to the Navy Times, the new policy of allowing openly gay and lesbian to serve in the military has caused the Navy Chaplain Corp to issue a memo allowing for Naval Chaplains to perform same-sex marriages on navy bases. Naval facilities may be used for the reception.

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Georgia Surpreme Court hearings begin

Christ Church, Savannah, the “mother church” of Georgia, had a majority of its parishioners vote to leave the Episcopal Church in 2007. The ensuing court case has finally arrived in the state Supreme Court and oral arguments began yesterday. According to reports the courtroom pews were packed with people from both sides.

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Abp. of York not bothered by premarriage cohabitation

It’s not been a well kept secret that the present Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were living together before they were married. When the Archbishop of York was asked about this directly in an interview late this week, he said that it wasn’t an issue for

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D.C.’s Shiloh Baptist Church receives threats

Shiloh Baptist Church in the District of Columbia, that the Obama family attended on Easter Sunday, has received threats of violence after a conservative television commentator played a January, 2010 videotape, in which the pastor said that those espousing racial prejudice do so “under the protective cover of talk radio.”

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Good press

Every now and then, the Daily Scan of the nation’s media, which we receive through the good offices of Neva Rae Fox, washes up a salutary story about good Episcopalians who have caught a writer’s eye simply by doing what they have always done. Yesterday’s scan brought two.

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