Episcopal Church Consecrates Gay Bishop

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The Episcopal Church consecrates Eugene Robinson, the first openly gay bishop in the denomination's history. The weekend event in Durham, N.H., evoked both excitement and dread from Episcopalians split over the issue of homosexuality in the church. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports.

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