Methodist Cleric on Trial for Homosexuality

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In Washington state, the United Methodist Church continues a rare church trial for the Rev. Karen Dammann, who recently publically declared that she is in a lesbian relationship. NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Wyatt Buchanan, a reporter for The Seattle Post Intelligencer, about the trial and it's implications for the church.



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