And the Fudge Begins Anew
Monday, February 19, 2007 • 6:00 pm
Jim Naughton has posted some preliminary thoughts over at Daily Episcopalian.
The definition of “authorizing,” as in we must stop authrozing “Any Rites for Blessing of same-sex unions,” by Sept. 30 will be hotly debated. As I have said before, I think we are being given some room here, as there is a difference between authorizing and allowing. I take comfort in those capitol letters. We are being asked not to approve texts. Very, very few dioceses have approved texts. Our diocese doesn’t. So I think we can comply with this.
It’s amazing how fast the spin machines can rotate.
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