Anglican Panel Weighs Dispute over Gay Bishop A commission of the worldwide Anglican church is set to make recommendations Monday toward settling a dispute with the U.S. branch of the faith. The American Episcopal Church broke with tradition by consecrating a gay bishop. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports.
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Anglican Panel Weighs Dispute over Gay Bishop

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Anglican Panel Weighs Dispute over Gay Bishop

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A commission of the worldwide Anglican church is set to make recommendations Monday toward settling a dispute with the U.S. branch of the faith. The American Episcopal Church broke with tradition by consecrating a gay bishop. NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty reports.