Transgender priest to preach at National Cathedral
The Rev. Dr. Cameron Partridge, the Episcopal chaplain at Boston University, will be a guest preacher on Sunday. He'll be the first openly transgender priest to preach from Canterbury Pulpit at the cathedral.
The Right Rev. Gene Robinson, the first openly gay Episcopal bishop, will preside at the service. It's part of the cathedral's celebration of LGBT pride month.
The service will also include readings and prayers from members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
The Very Rev. Gary Hall, dean of the cathedral, says he hopes Partridge's appearance "will send a symbolic message in support of greater equality for the transgender community."
(borrowed from Foxnews.com)
You know, just when I think enough has been said, the world has moved on, and what's done is done... something like this happens to remind me that liberals are throwing the rest of the church under the bus day by day.
None of these names are new to me. Cameron Partridge is surely setting him/herself up to be the first gender confused bishop of TEC. That's neither secret nor surprise. The Attention-Deficit church of what seems like a good idea at the moment is looking for its next starlet.
Pride itself being one of the seven deadly sins, 'goeth before a fall' and most clearly cometh along right after a fall also, has no place in a "national" cathedral. Sexual sin has no place flaunted about in a church.
Anyway, I guess I should leave the commentary to the pundits. I put this here for your information, nothing more.