Episcopalians Sidestep Crisis Over Potential Gay Bishop

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c. 2006 Religion News Service (UNDATED) The Episcopal Church sidestepped a potential crisis Saturday (May 6) when a married father of two was elected bishop of San Francisco over three openly gay contenders. The Rt. Rev. Mark Handley Andrus, 49, the suffragan (assistant) bishop of Birmingham, Ala., won a seven-person race to replace Bishop William […]

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