The Episcopal Church was and is right to affirm same-sex marriage. Now we should be willing to face the costs.
When the congregation starts reciting the creed, I do one of two things: argue with it in my head, or zone out and stop listening.
"After we receive the bread, we're gonna go to the kitchen," he said. "We have cheese pizza tonight."
The National Cathedral’s going to start doing same-sex weddings! Here’s what prominent conservative blogger Allahpundit has to say: [The cathedral is] nominally Episcopal but I’ve always thought of it as the beating heart of ceremonial deism, so no surprise that it would shift as the wider public does. Say this for [Dean Gary Hall], too: He makes no bones about his political intentions. Although if you’re head of the National Cathedral and reaching out to press a hot button, why bother doing that? Why pretend it’s a purely religious decision when it’s not? Allahpundit is obviously right about the ceremonial deism part. And I’ll be the first to admit that this strange American habit is bad for church and state alike. But it’s absurd to suggest that the National Cathedral is only “nominally Episcopal.”