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Two Episcopal Lesbian Leaders 'Marry' in Boston Cathedral Comments

The lesbian service "united" Episcopal Divinity School dean and president, the Very Reverend Katherine Hancock Ragsdale and Mally Lloyd, Canon to the Ordinary. It was the first lesbian marriage solemnized by Thomas Shaw SSJE, Bishop Diocesan of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts. Continue Reading

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  1. A Believer
    3 years ago

    Just to whom do these people pray? Is it God or something else. This perverse behavior is a clear sign their actions are in defiance to God. Who is their god?
    The dean says abortion is a blessing, they pervert the sacredness of marriage, the answer is clear.
    When educated deluded people use their positions of authority to defy the sacredness of the holy place they are abominations and will be that which causes desolation,

  2. Gabriella
    3 years ago

    God, in His infinite Wisdom, destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah and called the homosexual activity an abomination. Who are we, mere mortals, to decide that it is not a sin anymore? What good has it ever brought?
    What is a sin to God, is a sin to us. Period!
    Haven't we already seen the destruction this abomination brings? - e.g. AIDS, corruption of our youth, destruction of families, loss of Hope and other social 'cancers'?!
    God loves the sinner but hates the sin!

  3. Ted
    3 years ago

    Griimes, let us help you. VP Cheney is a Methodist. I have no idea what he believes regarding his Faith, but morals have nothing to do with being conservative or socialist (liberal). Why do you always bring up stuff from years ago, when we have plenty of issues that face us today? You don't need to live in the past. Cheney is not conservative, and when his family was trying to get FL residents to vote for RINOs in November, citizens just ignored them; the majority voted conservative instead.

  4. moses Nwobodo
    3 years ago

    They are all sick. If they think they can make a mockery of the Church, the Scripture and Jesus. Mosttime our selfishness blinds of from the truth coz we all know what happened in soldom and gomora that should be a lesson to us all. What is the essence of going to church when you would allow the Holyspirit through the Church guide you to the truth. Pray for them plz

  5. Ted
    3 years ago

    I don't know much about the details of the Episcopalian Faith, but IF they believe in the BIBLE, please send them: Rom 1:24-27; 1 Cor 6:9-10; 1 Tim 1:10.

  6. vance
    3 years ago

    Grimes, "Nothing Liberal about This", Mr. Grimes, What political party is pushing for "Gay Marriage"?? Hmm. Doesn't this article fit into that political agenda?? My hearing is lousy but I do not remember hearing Dick Cheney calling for "Gay Marriage" because his poor daughter climbed the pervert tree. Come On, Come On, Mr. Grimes, you are a child of the Liberal Establishment. You know well that "Gay Rights", 'Gay Marriage' is currently the big drumbeat of the Liberal Establishment today as we speak.

  7. John D
    3 years ago

    Grimes, what does this have to do with Dick Cheney? This is a protestant church who broke with Rome under the auspisces of Henry VIII in the early 1500's. When they made the break, their doctrine was no longer protected by the Holy Spirit. So, all sorts of absurd heresies are possible as evidenced by this. I don't see how you can politicize this.

  8. TLS
    3 years ago

    ...AND PRAY EVEN MORE!!!

  9. Sixtus
    3 years ago

    Pray! Pray!! Pray!!!

  10. John Grimes
    3 years ago

    Nothing liberal about this. Some who post above have clearly forgotten the statements (just one example among many possibles) of arch-reactionary conservative Dick Cheney concerning his lesbian daughter. Remember, if it sells and makes people rich, the "conservatives" will back it. That is why Catholics should have about as much to do with the social-Darwinism set as they do with their supposed enemies, i.e. nothing at all.


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