Gay N.H. bishop plans move to D.C., new life as bridge builder after retirement in January
"To go from being an activist, and from playing the central role that he has played in debates over homosexuality, to being someone who helps people ... come together would be very difficult," says Cadge, who studies mainline Protestant attitudes toward homosexuality. "But maybe he has some other idea for building relationships that we just don’t know yet."
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