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Homosexuality to Dominate Methodist Convention

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Homosexuality to Dominate Methodist Convention

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Homosexuality to Dominate Methodist Convention

Homosexuality to Dominate Methodist Convention

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The issue of homosexuality is expected to dominate the national meeting of the United Methodist Church, which begins Tuesday in Pittsburgh. Over the next two weeks of deliberations, delegates from Methodist churches across the country will decide whether to change the church's Book of Discipline to allow gay ministers and perhaps bless gay unions. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports.

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