Crisis in the Episcopal Church Christ Church Episcopal, in Overland Park, Kan., is the latest congregation to break away from the national Episcopal Church, which elected an openly gay man in 2003 as New Hampshire's bishop.
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Christ Church Episcopal, in Overland Park, Kan., is the latest congregation to break away from the national Episcopal Church, which elected an openly gay man in 2003 as New Hampshire's bishop.

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Correction April 27, 2005

A version of this story broadcast Wednesday incorrectly identified the title held by the Rev. Gene Robinson. He is bishop of New Hampshire.