by Gene Robinson
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The first openly gay bishop offers a look at the passions that have shaped his life and ministry, which includes service to the poor and marginalized, and explores controversial issues, including homosexuality and the Church.
April 16, 2008 It's been four years since Gene Robinson was consecrated bishop of a rural Episcopal diocese in New Hampshire. He's faced challenges and controversies as that denomination's first openly gay bishop — and he's written about them in a new memoir, In the Eye of the Storm.
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