Episcopal Church

GUESTS: Bishop Frank Griswold/ Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church Episcopal Bishop of Chicago The Episcopal church elected a new leader at its triennial General Convention in Philadelphia this week. Bishop Frank Griswold of Chicago will preside over the Church at a difficult time in its history. The church is struggling with a number of issues, including declining membership, financial troubles, and divisions over the ordination of women and homosexuals and same-sex marriages. Host Ray Suarez talks to Bishop Griswold and other church leaders about the future of the Episcopal Church.



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