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A retired Episcopal bishop has been cut off by the diocese in San Francisco following his marriage last month to a same-sex partner in a church ceremony that had no legal authority. The order, issued by the presiding Bay Area bishop, means that Otis Charles78, will no longer be permitted to act as assisting bishop or preside over church ceremonies here.
It reflects the deep divisions in the Episcopal Church over the issue of gay people in the life of the church. Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church in San Francisco, witnessed by several hundred family members and friends.
The Right Rev. William Swingthe Episcopal bishop of the Diocese of California, decided to sever ties with Charles after an article about the ceremony appeared in The Chronicle. He was out of town and not available to elaborate by phone. Canon Michael K. Hansenexecutive officer of the Diocese of California.
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Although Charles is retired, he was d by the local diocese to preside over weddings, baptisms and other services. Though bishops are appointed for life, they can be stripped of their position after an extensive legal process, but church officials said that was extremely rare and wouldn't happen to Charles, who will remain a voting member of the House of Bishops.
Hansen said the bishop had disciplined Charles because his wedding ceremony too closely resembled a marriage, rather than a blessing. However, according to clergy at St. Gregory's, the bishop was aware of Charles' plans before the ceremony and had been satisfied with them.
Charles was married for several decades before he publicly came out as gay in He did not return calls for comment. Same-sex marriage has become a flashpoint in the Episcopalian Churchwhich is already torn over gay issues.
Though same-sex unions aren't officially encouraged, the church has acknowledged that in some dioceses, officiating over such ceremonies is common practice. Last year, in a hotly debated election, Gene Robinsonan openly gay priest, became bishop of New Hampshire.
The church had long held that it was possible to ordain gay priests, as long as they were celibate, but Robinson's election created a furor because he has a longtime partner. Robinson and Charles remain the only two openly gay bishops.
While Charles considers himself married, the church is careful to only use the word "blessing" when speaking about gay unions. Swing is generally known as a liberal bishop -- albeit one with a moderate sensibility -- who has welcomed gay people in the church. Richard Fabiana rector at St. This is a conflict between two men who have led the church miles forward in their careers.
Each of them in his own way is a hero.