New Hampshire Bishop V. Gene Robinson, 65, the first openly gay Episcopal bishop in the global Anglican fellowship, plans to retire in January. The Kentucky native was elected bishop in 2003.
New Hampshire Bishop V. Gene Robinson, 65, the first openly gay Episcopal bishop in the global Anglican fellowship, plans to retire in January. The Kentucky native was elected bishop in 2003. ASSOCIATED PRESS
New Hampshire Bishop V. Gene Robinson, 65, the first openly gay Episcopal bishop in the global Anglican fellowship, plans to retire in January. The Kentucky native was elected bishop in 2003. ASSOCIATED PRESS

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