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USA-SHOOTING/SOUTH CAROLINA
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June 26, 2015
U.S. President Barack Obama leads mourners in singing the song "Amazing Grace" as he delivers a eulogy...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
U.S. President Obama leads mourners in singing "Amazing Grace" during funeral services for the Rev....
U.S. President Barack Obama leads mourners in singing the song "Amazing Grace" as he delivers a eulogy in honor of the Rev. Clementa Pinckney during funeral services for Pinckney in Charleston, South Carolina June 26, 2015. Pinckney is one of nine victims of a mass shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church. REUTERS/Brian Snyder TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-SHOOTING/SOUTHCAROLINA
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June 26, 2015
Malana Pinckney, daughter of Reverand Clementa Pinckney, is hugged by her mother Jennifer at the start...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Malana Pinckney, daughter of Reverand Clementa Pinckney, is hugged by her mother Jennifer at the start...
Malana Pinckney, daughter of Reverand Clementa Pinckney, is hugged by her mother Jennifer at the start of her father's funeral at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina June 26, 2015. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-SHOOTING/SOUTH CAROLINA
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June 25, 2015
Sharon Risher (2nd R) stands at the casket of her mother, Ethel Lance, as she is buried at the Emanuel...
North Charleston, UNITED STATES
Sharon Risher stands at the casket of her mother, Ethel Lance, as she is buried at the Emanuel African...
Sharon Risher (2nd R) stands at the casket of her mother, Ethel Lance, as she is buried at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church cemetery in North Charleston, South Carolina June 25, 2015. Lance is one of the nine victims of the mass shooting at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church. REUTERS/Brian Snyder TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
USA-SHOOTING/SOUTH CAROLINA
RTX1HIMQ
June 22, 2015
A woman writes her name on a memorial message board outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
A woman writes her name on a memorial message board outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church...
A woman writes her name on a memorial message board outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina June 21, 2015, after the first service in the church since a mass shooting left nine people dead during a bible study. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA SHOOTING/SOUTH CAROLINA
RTX1HG3R
June 21, 2015
Raymond Smith pays his respects outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston,...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Raymond Smith pays his respects outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston
Raymond Smith pays his respects outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina June 21, 2015, ahead of the first service in the church since a mass shooting left nine people dead during a bible study. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-SHOOTING/SOUTHCAROLINA
RTX1H60I
June 18, 2015
Mourners Ashley Edge (L) and Brad Hutchinson hold one another outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal...
Charleston, UNITED STATES
Mourners Ashley Edge and Brad Hutchinson hold one another outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal...
Mourners Ashley Edge (L) and Brad Hutchinson hold one another outside the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston, South Carolina June 18, 2015, a day after a mass shooting left nine dead during a bible study at the church. The Reverend Clementa Pinckney, the church's Pastor as listed on the board, was one of the victims. REUTERS/Brian Snyder
USA-MEMORIALDAY/
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May 24, 2014
Episcopalian Canon Gina Campbell speaks with a member of Rolling Thunder before the "Blessing of the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Episcopalian Canon Gina Campbell speaks with a member of Rolling Thunder before the "Blessing of the...
Episcopalian Canon Gina Campbell speaks with a member of Rolling Thunder before the "Blessing of the Bikes" ceremony at National Cathedral in Washington May 23, 2014. National Cathedral welcomed members of Rolling Thunder XXVII ahead of their annual ride on the Memorial Day weekend. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANNIVERSARY RELIGION SOCIETY)
FORD/
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December 30, 2006
A man pays his respects as a military honor guard surrounds the casket of former U.S. President Gerald...
Palm Desert, UNITED STATES
A man pays his respects as a military honor guard surrounds the casket of former U.S. President Gerald...
A man pays his respects as a military honor guard surrounds the casket of former U.S. President Gerald Ford in St. Margaret's Episcopal Church during a public viewing in Palm Desert, California December 29, 2006. Ford died at age 93 on Tuesday in Rancho Mirage, California. REUTERS/Danny Moloshok (UNITED STATES)
RELIGION EPISCOPALS
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November 04, 2006
Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori greets a congregant after her investiture as the Presiding Bishop of the...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori greets a congregant after her investiture as the Presiding Bishop of the...
Rev. Katharine Jefferts Schori greets a congregant after her investiture as the Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church at the National Cathedral in Washington, November 4, 2006. Schori is the first woman to head a national branch of the Worldwide Anglican Communion in its more than 450-year history. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES)
GAYS RIGHTS
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October 25, 2006
Dennis Winslow (L) and Mark Lewis, both Episcopalian pastors and a couple for 15 years, discuss the New...
Newark, UNITED STATES
Winslow and Lewis, both Episcopalian pastors and couple for 15 years, discuss New Jersey State Supreme...
Dennis Winslow (L) and Mark Lewis, both Episcopalian pastors and a couple for 15 years, discuss the New Jersey State Supreme Court's decision to allow same-sex marriages during a news conference in Newark, New Jersey, October 25, 2006. The court decided in a 4-3 majority that same-sex couples must be granted the same rights as married heterosexuals according to the state constitution and gave legislators 180 days to rewrite laws to reflect the new protections. REUTERS/Jeff Zelevansky (UNITED STATES)
ROYALS
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November 06, 2005
Prince Charles (C) shares a laugh with members of St. Columba's Episcopalian Church in Inverness, California,...
Inverness, UNITED STATES
Prince Charles shares a laugh with members of congregation in California
Prince Charles (C) shares a laugh with members of St. Columba's Episcopalian Church in Inverness, California, November 6, 2005. REUTERS/Robert Tong/Pool
USA
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November 06, 2005
Prince Charles (C) is introduced to members of St. Colomba's Episcopalian Church by their Pastor Tom...
Inverness, UNITED STATES
Prince Charles arrives for church services in California
Prince Charles (C) is introduced to members of St. Colomba's Episcopalian Church by their Pastor Tom Brindley (R) in Inverness, California November 6, 2005. REUTERS/Robert Tong/Pool
ROYALS
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November 06, 2005
Prince Charles (R) and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall (C), walk with Pastor Tom Brindley after...
Inverness, UNITED STATES
Prince Charles and Camilla walk with Pastor Brindley after attending services in California
Prince Charles (R) and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall (C), walk with Pastor Tom Brindley after attending services at St. Colomba's Episcopalian Church in Inverness, California November 6, 2005. REUTERS/Robert Tong/Pool
USA
RTR1ABZ8
November 06, 2005
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, arrive for church services at St. Colomba's...
Inverness, UNITED STATES
Prince Charles and Camilla arrive for church services in California
Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, arrive for church services at St. Colomba's Episcopalian Church in Inverness, California November 6, 2005. REUTERS/Robert Tong/Pool PP05110104
USA ROYAL VISIT
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November 06, 2005
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall arrive for Sunday church service in Inverness, California...
Inverness, USA
Prince Charles and Duchess of Cornwall arrive for Sunday church service in Inverness
Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall arrive for Sunday church service in Inverness, California November 6, 2005. Walking behind the royal couple is Tom Brindley, Pastor of the Saint Colomba Episcopalian church where they attended service. REUTERS/Andy Clark
USA ROYAL VISIT
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November 06, 2005
Prince Charles talks with Pastor Tom Brindley (R) following Sunday services at Saint Colomba's Episcopalian...
Inverness, USA
Prince Charles talks with church pastor following Sunday services north of San Francisco
Prince Charles talks with Pastor Tom Brindley (R) following Sunday services at Saint Colomba's Episcopalian church in Inverness, California north of San Francisco November 6, 2005. Charles and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall attended services as part of their four-day visit to United States west coast. REUTERS/Andy Clark
USA ROYAL VISIT
RTR1ABVQ
November 06, 2005
A parishoner (L) places his hand on the back of Prince Charles following Sunday services in Inverness,...
Inverness, USA
Parishoner at Sunday services places his hand on back of Prince Charles in Inverness north of San Francisco...
A parishoner (L) places his hand on the back of Prince Charles following Sunday services in Inverness, California north of San Francisco November 6, 2005. Charles and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall attended services at Saint Colomba's Episcopalian church. REUTERS/Andy Clark
USA ROYAL VISIT
RTR1ABVL
November 06, 2005
Parishioners wave goodbye and applaud Prince Charles following Sunday service in Inverness, California...
Inverness, USA
Parishioners wave to Prince Charles following Sunday services in Inverness
Parishioners wave goodbye and applaud Prince Charles following Sunday service in Inverness, California November 6, 2005. Charles and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall attended Sunday service at Saint Colomba's Episcopalian church. REUTERS/Andy Clark
USA ROYALS TOUR
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November 06, 2005
Britain's Prince Charles (R) and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, leave after Sunday service at...
Inverness, USA
Prince Charles and Camilla exit Colomba's Church in Inverness
Britain's Prince Charles (R) and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, leave after Sunday service at Saint Colomba's Episcopalian Church in Inverness, California, November 6, 2005. Prince Charles and Camilla are on an 8-day tour to the United States for the first time since their marriage. REUTERS/Kimberly White
ROYALS
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November 06, 2005
Prince Charles (R) and his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall (C), walk with Pastor Tom Brindley...
Inverness, UNITED STATES
Prince Charles and Camilla chat with pastor after services in California
Prince Charles (R) and his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall (C), walk with Pastor Tom Brindley after attending services at St. Colomba's Episcopalian Church in Inverness, California, November 6, 2005. REUTERS/Robert Tong/Pool
USA ROYAL VISIT
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November 06, 2005
The Duchess of Cornwall (C) jokes with parishioners following Sunday service in Inverness, California...
Inverness, USA
The Duchess of Cornwall jokes with parishioners following Sunday service
The Duchess of Cornwall (C) jokes with parishioners following Sunday service in Inverness, California November 6, 2005. The Duchess and Prince Charles attended service at Saint Colomba's Episcopalian church. REUTERS/Andy Clark
USA ROYAL VISIT
RTR1ABMY
November 06, 2005
Prince Charles mingles with parishioners following Sunday service in Inverness, California November 6,...
Inverness, USA
Prince Charles mingles with parishioners in Inverness
Prince Charles mingles with parishioners following Sunday service in Inverness, California November 6, 2005. Charles and his wife the Duchess of Cornwall attended Sunday service at Saint Colomba's Episcopalian church. REUTERS/Andy Clark
USA ROYALS TOUR
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November 06, 2005
A little girl waves a British flag next to Prince Charles (L) and Pastor Tom Brindley (R) after Sunday...
Inverness, USA
A girl waves a British flag next to Prince Charles and Pastor Brindley at Inverness
A little girl waves a British flag next to Prince Charles (L) and Pastor Tom Brindley (R) after Sunday service at Saint Colomba's Episcopalian Church in Inverness, California, November 6, 2005. Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, are on an 8-day tour to the United States for the first time since their marriage. REUTERS/Kimberly White
USA ROYALS TOUR
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November 06, 2005
Britain's Prince Charles (C) and his wife Camilla (L), Duchess of Cornwall, and Pastor Tom Brindley walk...
Inverness, USA
Prince Charles and Camilla walk up steps of church in Inverness, California
Britain's Prince Charles (C) and his wife Camilla (L), Duchess of Cornwall, and Pastor Tom Brindley walk up the steps of Saint Colomba's Episcopalian Church in Inverness, California, November 6, 2005. Prince Charles and Camilla are on an eight-day tour to the U.S. which takes them to New York, Washington, New Orleans and San Francisco. REUTERS/Kimberly White
ROYALS
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November 06, 2005
Prince Charles (R) and his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, wave to photographers upon arrival...
Inverness, UNITED STATES
Prince Charles and Camilla arrive at church in Inverness
Prince Charles (R) and his wife, Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, wave to photographers upon arrival at St. Colomba's Episcopalian Church in Inverness, California, November 6, 2005. REUTERS/Robert Tong/Pool
MA
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July 25, 2005
Ellen Burstyn gestures during the panel for NBC television drama The Book of Daniel at the Television...
Beverly Hills, USA
Ellen Burstyn gestures during the panel for NBC television drama The Book of Daniel at the Television...
Ellen Burstyn gestures during the panel for NBC television drama The Book of Daniel at the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills. Actress Ellen Burstyn gestures during the panel for NBC television drama "The Book of Daniel" at the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on July 25, 2005. The drama also stars actor Aidan Quinn as Reverend Daniel Webster, an unconventional Episcopalian minister who not only believes in Jesus, he actually sees him and discusses life with him. The series premieres in the fall of 2005. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
NBC
RTRINKU
July 25, 2005
Aidan Quinn gestures during the panel for NBC television drama The Book of Daniel at the Television Critic's...
Beverly Hills, USA
Aidan Quinn gestures during the panel for NBC television drama The Book of Daniel at the Television ......
Aidan Quinn gestures during the panel for NBC television drama The Book of Daniel at the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills. Actor Aidan Quinn gestures during the panel for NBC television drama "The Book of Daniel" at the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on July 25, 2005. The drama stars Quinn as Reverend Daniel Webster, an unconventional Episcopalian minister who not only believes in Jesus, he actually sees him and discusses life with him. The series premieres in the fall of 2005. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
NBC
RTRINKI
July 25, 2005
Aidan Quinn and Ellen Burstyn at the panel for NBC television drama The Book of Daniel at the Television...
Beverly Hills, USA
Aidan Quinn and Ellen Burstyn at the panel for NBC television drama The Book of Daniel at the ...
Aidan Quinn and Ellen Burstyn at the panel for NBC television drama The Book of Daniel at the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills. Actor Aidan Quinn (R), with co-star Ellen Burstyn, gestures during the panel for NBC television drama "The Book of Daniel" at the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on July 25, 2005. The drama stars Quinn as Reverend Daniel Webster, an unconventional Episcopalian minister who not only believes in Jesus, he actually sees him and discusses life with him. The series premieres in the fall of 2005. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
NBC
RTRINKA
July 25, 2005
Aidan Quinn gestures during the panel for NBC television drama The Book of Daniel at the Television Critic's...
Beverly Hills, USA
Aidan Quinn gestures during the panel for NBC television drama The Book of Daniel at the Television ......
Aidan Quinn gestures during the panel for NBC television drama The Book of Daniel at the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills. Actor Aidan Quinn gestures during the panel for NBC television drama "The Book of Daniel" at the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on July 25, 2005. The drama stars Quinn as Reverend Daniel Webster, an unconventional Episcopalian minister who not only believes in Jesus, he actually sees him and discusses life with him. The series premieres in the fall of 2005. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
NBC
RTRINJU
July 25, 2005
Aidan Quinn smiles during the panel for NBC television drama The Book of Daniel at the Television Critic's...
Beverly Hills, USA
Aidan Quinn smiles during the panel for NBC television drama The Book of Daniel at the Television ......
Aidan Quinn smiles during the panel for NBC television drama The Book of Daniel at the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour. Actor Aidan Quinn smiles during the panel for NBC television drama "The Book of Daniel" at the Television Critic's Association Summer press tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills on July 25, 2005. The drama stars Quinn as Reverend Daniel Webster, an unconventional Episcopalian minister who not only believes in Jesus, he actually sees him and discusses life with him. The series premieres in the fall of 2005. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
RELIGION BISHOP
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November 02, 2003
Reverend Gene Robinson (top) listens to Father Earl Fox (bottom left)
of Pittsburgh as Fox rises to...
Durham, United States of America
GAY EPISCOPALIAN BISHOP ROBINSON LISTENS TO DISSENTER SPEAKING AGAINST
HIS CONSECRATION.
Reverend Gene Robinson (top) listens to Father Earl Fox (bottom left)
of Pittsburgh as Fox rises to speak out against Robinson's consecration
as the first openly gay bishop of the Episcopal Church, during
ceremonies in Durham, New Hampshire, November 2, 2003. Some fear that
Robinson's consecration will cause a split in the worldwide Anglican
Church. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

JRB/HB
RTR64KB
November 02, 2003
Reverend Gene Robinson (bottom front) kneels in front of Chief
Consecrator and Presiding Bishop of the...
UNITED STATES
GAY EPISCOPALIAN BISHOP ROBINSON KNEELS AS HE IS CONSECRATED AS BISHOP.
Reverend Gene Robinson (bottom front) kneels in front of Chief
Consecrator and Presiding Bishop of the Episcopal Church, the Most Rev.
Frank Griswold (top), as Griswold officially consecrates Robinson as
the first openly gay bishop of the Episcopal Church, during ceremonies
in Durham, New Hampshire, November 2, 2003. Some fear that Robinson's
consecration will cause a split in the worldwide Anglican Church.
REUTERS/Jim Bourg

JRB/HB
RELIGION BISHOP
RTR64JX
November 02, 2003
Reverend Gene Robinson (R) is presented to the congregation by the
Reverend Edmond Lee Browning (L),...
Durham, United States of America
NEWLY CONSECRATED GAY EPISCOPALIAN BISHOP PRESENTED TO CONGREGATION.
Reverend Gene Robinson (R) is presented to the congregation by the
Reverend Edmond Lee Browning (L), former presiding Bishop of the
Episcopal Church, and the other presiding Bishops after Robinson was
consecrated as the first openly gay bishop of the Episcopal Church
during ceremonies in Durham, New Hampshire on November 2, 2003. Some
fear that Robinson's consecration will cause a split in the worldwide
Anglican Church. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

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RELIGION BISHOP
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November 02, 2003
Newly consecrated Bishop Gene Robinson (R) gets a congratulatory hug
from his partner Mark Andrew (L),...
Durham, United States of America
GAY EPISCOPALIAN BISHOP ROBINSON GETS HUG FROM PARTNER AFTER
CONSECRATION.
Newly consecrated Bishop Gene Robinson (R) gets a congratulatory hug
from his partner Mark Andrew (L), immediately after Robinson was
consecrated as the first openly gay bishop of the Episcopal Church
during ceremonies in Durham, New Hampshir, November 2, 2003. Some fear
that Robinson's consecration will cause a split in the worldwide
Anglican Church. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

JRB/HB
RELIGION BISHOP
RTR64JL
November 02, 2003
The presiding bishop and other bishops of the U.S. Episcopal church
surround and lay their hands upon...
Durham, United States of America
BISHOPS LAY ON HANDS TO CONSECRATE FIRST GAY EPISCOPALIAN BISHOP GENE
ROBINSON.
The presiding bishop and other bishops of the U.S. Episcopal church
surround and lay their hands upon the head of Reverend Gene Robinson to
officially consecrate him as the first openly gay bishop of the
Episcopal Church, during ceremonies in Durham, New Hampshire, November
2, 2003. Some fear that Robinson's consecration will cause a split in
the worldwide Anglican Church. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

JRB/HB
RELIGION BISHOP
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November 02, 2003
Newly consecrated Bishop Gene Robinson (R) gets a congratulatory hug
from his partner, Mark Andrew (L),...
Durham, United States of America
GAY EPISCOPALIAN BISHOP GENE ROBINSON IS HUGGED BY PARTNER AFTER
CONSECRATION.
Newly consecrated Bishop Gene Robinson (R) gets a congratulatory hug
from his partner, Mark Andrew (L), immediately after Robinson was
consecrated as the first openly gay bishop of the Episcopal Church
during ceremonies in Durham, New Hampshire, November 2, 2003. Some fear
that Robinson's consecration will cause a split in the worldwide
Anglican Church. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

JRB/HB
RELIGION BISHOP
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November 02, 2003
Reverend Gene Robinson (top, center) affirms his beliefs to the
congregation and the Presider and Chief...
Durham, United States of America
GAY EPISCOPALIAN BISHOP ROBINSON AFFIRMS BELIEFS DURING HIS
CONSECRATION.
Reverend Gene Robinson (top, center) affirms his beliefs to the
congregation and the Presider and Chief Consecrator Rev. Frank Griswold
(bottom in yellow mitre), as Robinson is consecrated as the first
openly gay bishop of the Episcopal Church, during ceremonies in Durham,
New Hampshire, November 2, 2003. Some fear that Robinson's consecration
will cause a split in the worldwide Anglican Church. REUTERS/Brian
Snyder

JRB/HB
RELIGION EPISCOPAL
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August 05, 2003
Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold announces debating will take place on
the seating of Rev. Gene Robinson...
Minneapolis, United States of America
PRESIDING EPISCOPAL BISHOP GRISWOLD ANNOUNCES DEBATE IN MINNEAPOLIS.
Presiding Bishop Frank Griswold announces debating will take place on
the seating of Rev. Gene Robinson to bishops assembled in the Hall of
Bishops at the 74th General Convention of the Episcopal Church meeting
in the Minneapolis Convention Center, August 5, 2003. U.S. Episcopalian
leaders on Tuesday dismissed sexual misconduct allegations against
Robinson, the church's first openly gay bishop, clearing the way for
the vote of bishops that is likely to approve his installation.
REUTERS/Eric Miller

EM
RELIGION EPISCOPAL
RTR1BW8
August 05, 2003
Rev. V. Gene Robinson (C) is greeted by a supporter during a recess in
the House of Deputies at the...
Minneapolis, United States of America
REV GENE ROBINSON GREETED BY SUPPORTER AT EPISCOPAL CHURCH CONVENTION.
Rev. V. Gene Robinson (C) is greeted by a supporter during a recess in
the House of Deputies at the 74th General Convention of the Episcopal
Church in the Minneapolis Convention Center, August 5, 2003. U.S.
Episcopalian leaders on Tuesday dismissed sexual misconduct allegations
against Robinson, the church's first openly gay bishop, clearing the
way for a vote of bishops that is likely to approve his installation.
REUTERS/Eric Miller

EM
RELIGION EPISCOPAL
RTR1BVS
August 05, 2003
Rev. V. Gene Robinson (L) gets a handshake from a supporter during a
recess in the House of Deputies...
Minneapolis, United States of America
REV GENE ROBINSON SMILES WITH SUPPORTER AT MINNEAPOLIS CONVENTION.
Rev. V. Gene Robinson (L) gets a handshake from a supporter during a
recess in the House of Deputies at the 74th General Convention of the
Episcopal Church in the Minneapolis Convention Center, August 5, 2003.
U.S. Episcopalian leaders on Tuesday dismissed sexual misconduct
allegations against Robinson, the church's first openly gay bishop,
clearing the way for a vote of bishops that is likely to approve his
installation. REUTERS/Eric Miller

EM/SV
RELIGION EPISCOPAL
RTR1BVF
August 05, 2003
Rev. V. Gene Robinson listens to proceedings in the House of Deputies
at the 74th General Convention...
Minneapolis, United States of America
REV GENE ROBINSON LISTENS DURING CONVENTION SESSION.
Rev. V. Gene Robinson listens to proceedings in the House of Deputies
at the 74th General Convention of the Episcopal Church in the
Minneapolis Convention Center, August 5, 2003. U.S. Episcopalian
leaders on Tuesday dismissed sexual misconduct allegations against
Robinson, the church's first openly gay bishop, clearing the way for a
vote of bishops that is likely to approve his installation.
REUTERS/Eric Miller

EM
RELIGION EPISCOPAL
RTR1BUF
August 05, 2003
Rev. V. Gene Robinson (R) laughs during debate in the House of Deputies
at the 74th General Convention...
Minneapolis, United States of America
REV GENE ROBINSON LAUGHS DURING CONVENTION SESSION.
Rev. V. Gene Robinson (R) laughs during debate in the House of Deputies
at the 74th General Convention of the Episcopal Church meeting in the
Minneapolis Convention Center, August 5, 2003. U.S. Episcopalian
leaders on Tuesday dismissed sexual misconduct allegations against the
church's first openly gay bishop, clearing the way for a vote of
bishops that is likely to approve his installation. Next to Robinson is
Rev. Hays Junkin from New Hampshire. REUTERS/Eric Miller

EM
RELIGION EPISCOPAL
RTR1BU6
August 05, 2003
Rev. V. Gene Robinson (R) laughs during debate in the House of Deputies
at the 74th General Convention...
Minneapolis, United States of America
REV GENE ROBINSON LAUGHS DURING CONVENTION SESSION.
Rev. V. Gene Robinson (R) laughs during debate in the House of Deputies
at the 74th General Convention of the Episcopal Church meeting in the
Minneapolis Convention Center, August 5, 2003. U.S. Episcopalian
leaders on Tuesday dismissed sexual misconduct allegations against the
church's first openly gay bishop, clearing the way for a vote of
bishops that is likely to approve his installation. Next to Robinson is
Rev. Hays Junkin from New Hampshire. REUTERS/Eric Miller

EM
RELIGION EPISCOPAL
RTR1BTL
August 05, 2003
Rev. V. Gene Robinson smiles as he gets a hug from a supporter during a
recess in the House of Deputies...
Minneapolis, United States of America
REV GENE ROBINSON SMILES AFTER ANNOUNCEMENT.
Rev. V. Gene Robinson smiles as he gets a hug from a supporter during a
recess in the House of Deputies at the 74th General Convention of the
Episcopal Church in the Minneapolis Convention Center, August 5, 2003.
U.S. Episcopalian leaders on Tuesday dismissed sexual misconduct
allegations against the church's first openly gay bishop, clearing the
way for a vote of bishops that is likely to approve his installation.
REUTERS/Eric Miller

EM
RELIGION EPISCOPAL
RTR1AJ1
August 04, 2003
Episcopal Church spokesman James Solheim speaks to reporters about
allegations against Rev. V. Gene...
Minneapolis, United States of America
EPISCOPAL CHURCH SPOKESMAN SOLHEIM.
Episcopal Church spokesman James Solheim speaks to reporters about
allegations against Rev. V. Gene Robinson at an impromptu press
conference at the convention center in Minneapolis, Monday, August 4,
2003. Episcopalian bishops delayed a vote on Monday on the church's
first openly gay bishop to investigate sexual misconduct charges and
questions about pornographic links on a Web site he created for
teen-agers. It was not clear if bishops would take up the issue of
Robinson's installation - which threatens a schism in the
77-million-member global Anglican community. REUTERS/Eric Miller

EM
RELIGION EPISCOPAL
RTR1AIR
August 04, 2003
Episcopal Church spokesman James Solheim (C) speaks to reporters about
allegations against Rev. V. Gene...
Minneapolis, United States of America
EPISCOPAL CHURCH SPOKESMAN SOLHEIM TALKS TO REPORTERS IN MINNEAPOLIS.
Episcopal Church spokesman James Solheim (C) speaks to reporters about
allegations against Rev. V. Gene Robinson at an impromptu press
conference at the convention center in Minneapolis, August 4, 2003.
Episcopalian bishops delayed a vote on Monday on the church's first
openly gay bishop to investigate sexual misconduct charges and
questions about pornographic links on a Web site he created for
teen-agers. It was not clear if bishops would take up the issue of
Robinson's installation - which threatens a schism in the
77-million-member global Anglican community. REUTERS/Eric Miller

EM/SV
RELIGION EPISCOPAL
RTR1AIX
August 03, 2003
Presiding Bishop Rev. Frank Griswold conducts communion at the Holy
Eucharist service during the Seventy-fourth...
Minneapolis, United States of America
EPISCOPAL BISHOP GRISWOLD AT CHURCH SERVICE.
Presiding Bishop Rev. Frank Griswold conducts communion at the Holy
Eucharist service during the Seventy-fourth General Convention of the
Episcopal Church meeting, in the Minneapolis Convention Center, Sunday,
August 3, 2003. Episcopalian bishops suddenly put off a planned vote on
August 4, 2003, on the church's first openly gay bishop, Gene Robinson,
and one of his supporters said it was because of an accusation of
sexual misconduct. REUTERS/Eric Miller

EM
CHURCH
RTRPFHG
June 17, 2002
The Reverend Canon V. Gene Robinson, Bishop Coadjutor-Elect of the
Diocese of New Hampshire and an openly...
Concord, United States of America
EPISCOPALIAN BISHOP ELECT REVEREND CANON GENE ROBINSON OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
OPENS DOOR.
The Reverend Canon V. Gene Robinson, Bishop Coadjutor-Elect of the
Diocese of New Hampshire and an openly gay man, stands at the door to
the Diocese's headquarters in Concord, New Hampshire June 17, 2002.
Rev. Robinson, who was elected by New Hampshire clergy and lay
Episcopalians, is still subject to confirmation next month by the
church's national General Convention. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

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CHURCH
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June 17, 2002
The Reverend Canon V. Gene Robinson, Bishop Coadjutor-Elect of the
Diocese of New Hampshire and an openly...
Concord, United States of America
OPENLY GAY MAN ELECTED EPISCOPALIAN BISHOP OF NEW HAMPSHIRE.
The Reverend Canon V. Gene Robinson, Bishop Coadjutor-Elect of the
Diocese of New Hampshire and an openly gay man, stands in the chapel at
the Diocese's headquarters in Concord, New Hampshire June 17, 2002.
Rev. Robinson, who was elected by New Hampshire clergy and lay
Episcopalians, is still subject to confirmation next month by the
church's national General Convention. REUTERS/Brian Snyder

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CAMPAIGN GORE
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November 04, 2000
Democratic presidential nominee and U.S. Vice President Al Gore announced confidently "we will win on...
Pittsburgh, USA
PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE AL GORE SAYS HE WILL WIN ON TUESDAY ABOARD AIR FORCE TWO.
Democratic presidential nominee and U.S. Vice President Al Gore announced confidently "we will win on Tuesday" aboard Air Force Two moments before landing in Pittsburgh, November 4, 2000. He was on the way to address a community "Get Out The Vote" rally while campaigning at the Wesley Center African Methodist Episcopalian Zion Church in Pittsburgh, November 4, 2000. The vice president is scheduled to continue his campaign by traveling on to Philadelphia late today.

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December 22, 1997
Juan Ramon de la Paz (L) a pastor from Cuba?s Episcopalian Church stands December 22 at the grave of...
Cuba
JUAN RAMON DE LA PAZ AT THE GRAVE OF FATHER GUILLERMO SARDENAS IN HAVANA
Juan Ramon de la Paz (L) a pastor from Cuba?s Episcopalian Church stands December 22 at the grave of Father Guillermo Sardi?as, a Catholic priest who was a chaplain to Fidel Castro?s rebel troops in the Sierra Maestra before the 1959 revolution. Ramon de la Paz was present to commemorate Sardenas' death in 1964 after having been made a Commander of the Revolution. President Castro and several Havana churches sent flowers December 22 to Sardi?as? grave in Havana?s Colon cemetery.

CUBA CHURCH
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September 14, 1997
A casually dressed couple attend a memorial service for Britain's Princess Diana in Central Park's North...
multiple countries
CASUAL MOURNERS AT NY PRINCESS DIANA MEMORIAL
A casually dressed couple attend a memorial service for Britain's Princess Diana in Central Park's North Meadow in New York September 14. The memorial drew an estimated 14,000 people who listened to renditions of Bach and Verdi and prayers by an Episcopalian dean, a rabbi, and a Muslim imam.

DIANA MEMORIAL
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September 10, 1997
United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright passes a large photograph of a Nazi soldier executing...
MADELEINE ALBRIGHT AT YAD VASHEM HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL IN JERUSALEM
United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright passes a large photograph of a Nazi soldier executing a Jewish woman as she visits the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial's museum September 10, accompanied by Israeli ambassador to the U.S. Eliahu Ben Elissar (C) and outgoing U.S. ambassador to Israel Martin Indyk. Czech-born Albright, who was raised as a Catholic and is now Episcopalian, said she learned for sure for the first time this year that her family was Jewish. At least two of her grandparents were killed in the Holocaust.

MIDEAST ALBRIGHT
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September 10, 1997
United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright is guided by Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial chairman...
MADELEINE ALBRIGHT AT YAD VASHEM HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL IN JERUSALEM
United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright is guided by Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial chairman Avner Shalev (R) past a large photograph of an emaciated Jewish woman survivor in a Nazi concentration camp as she visits the memorial's museum September 10. Czech-born Albright, who was raised as a Catholic and is now Episcopalian, said she learned for the first time this year that her family was Jewish. At least two of her grandparents were killed in the Holocaust.

MIDEAST ALBRIGHT
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September 10, 1997
United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright is guided by Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial chairman...
MADELEINE ALBRIGHT VISITS THE YAD VASHEM HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL IN JERUSALEM
United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright is guided by Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial chairman Avner Shalev past a large photograph of Jewish survivors in a Nazi concentration camp as she visits the memorial's museum September 10. Czech-born Albright, who was raised as a Catholic and is now Episcopalian, said she learned for sure for the first time this year that her family was Jewish. At least two of her grandparents were killed in the Holocaust.

MIDEAST ALBRIGHT
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September 10, 1997
United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright looks up with red, tear-stained eyes as she signs...
ALBRIGHT APPEARS WITH TEARS IN HER EYES AT YAD VASHEM IN JERUSALEM
United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright looks up with red, tear-stained eyes as she signs a book September 10 and speaks to reporters inside the "Hall of Remembrances" at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial. Albright choked back her emotion in recalling the dead and reminding that their tragedy must never be forgotten. Czech-born Albright, who was raised as a Catholic and is now Episcopalian, said she learned for the first time this year that her family was Jewish. At least two of her grandparents were killed in the Holocaust.

MIDEAST ALBRIGHT
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September 10, 1997
United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright wipes away tears September 10 in the "Hall of Remembrances"...
ALBRIGHT WIPES AWAY TEARS AT THE YAD VASHEM IN JERUSALEM
United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright wipes away tears September 10 in the "Hall of Remembrances" in the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial, as a Rabbi sings a prayer honoring the the six-million Jews who perished at the hands of the Nazis during World War II. Czech-born Albright, who was raised as a Catholic and is now Episcopalian, said she learned for sure for the first time this year that her family was Jewish. At least two of her grandparents were killed in the Holocaust.

MIDEAST ALBRIGHT
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September 10, 1997
United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright bows her head September 10 while flanked by two United...
ALBRIGHT VISITS YAD VASHEM IN JERUSALEM AND LAYS WREATH
United States Secretary of State Madeleine Albright bows her head September 10 while flanked by two United States Marines after laying a wreath in the "Hall of Remembrances" at the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial, honouring the six-million Jews who perished at the hands of the Nazis during World War II. Albright wept as prayers were sung by a Rabbi which begins with the words"Merciful God". Czech-born Albright, who was raised as a Catholic and is now Episcopalian, said she learned for the first time this year that her family was Jewish. At least two of her grandparents were killed in the Holocaust.

MIDEAST ALBRIGHT
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February 03, 1997
FILE PHOTO 8JAN97 - Secretary of State Madeline Albright testifies at her confirmation hearing before...
multiple countries
FILE PHOTO SHOWS US SECRETARY OF STATE MADELEINE ALBRIGHT
FILE PHOTO 8JAN97 - Secretary of State Madeline Albright testifies at her confirmation hearing before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee January 8. Albright, who was raised Roman Catholic and is now Episcopalian, recently discovered that more than a dozen relatives, including three grandparents, were killed as Jewish victims of the holocaust, the Washington Post reported February 3.

ALBRIGHT
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