Virginia Parishes to Cut Ties with Episcopal Church Episcopal parishes in Virginia voted today to cut ties with the Episcopal Church and align themselves with a faction of the Anglican Church. The major issue was the church's ordination of an openly gay bishop. We hear from members of the Truro Church in Fairfax, Va.
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Virginia Parishes to Cut Ties with Episcopal Church

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Virginia Parishes to Cut Ties with Episcopal Church

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Episcopal parishes in Virginia voted today to cut ties with the Episcopal Church and align themselves with a faction of the Anglican Church. The major issue was the church's ordination of an openly gay bishop. We hear from members of the Truro Church in Fairfax, Va.

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