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Episcopal Priest Gene Robinson of New Hampshire

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Episcopal Priest Gene Robinson of New Hampshire

Episcopal Priest Gene Robinson of New Hampshire

Episcopal Priest Gene Robinson of New Hampshire

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He is on the brink of becoming the world's first openly gay bishop of the Episcopal Church. He was elected by the Diocese of New Hampshire, but the appointment must be approved at the church's national general convention next week. His nomination has divided the church. Robinson, who is 56 years old, was married for 13 years. He continues to be close to his ex-wife and two daughters. For the last 15 years he has been in a relationship with another man.

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