Methodist Minister on Being Defrocked for Being Gay

Last week, a church council convicted the Rev. Irene Elizabeth Stroud of the United Methodist Church of violating her vows by being a practicing homosexual. She may be permanently defrocked. Stroud speaks with NPR's Noah Adams.

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