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Tag: Presiding Bishop Michael Curry

NYTimes interviews PB Curry

What I believe about human equality and dignity is grounded in what I believe about the love of God and that love is not coercive. So I have to respect my brothers and sisters who differ on this question, enough not to be coercive.

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A Christmas message from Presiding Bishop Curry

“We who follow Jesus believe that the mountain came to us when God came among us in the person of Jesus to show us the way to live, to show us the way to love, to show us the way to transform this world from the nightmare it often is into the dream that God intends for us all.”

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