Tuesday, 12 August 2003

News on Tuesday

Both the Telegraph and Guardian carry reports of an exciting archeological discovery in Ireland: a bronze bell shrine dating from 1180-1200 AD.

The Manchester Evening News reports that Manchester Cathedral chiefs have NOT agreed to let gay American bishop-elect Canon Gene Robinson preach there in October, it has emerged. Full story under the headline The gay guessing game here.

Meanwhile Desmond Tutu has said he does not understand all the fuss about appointing a gay bishop, but he has urged homosexual clergy to remain celibate.
See Tutu to gay clerics: be celibate.

Posted by Simon Sarmiento on Tuesday, 12 August 2003 at 12:22 PM GMT | TrackBack
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