5th May 2014
First openly gay Episcopal bishop announces divorce from husband 1
4:37 PM — The US Episcopal Church’s first openly gay bishop, Gene Robinson, has announced that he and his husband are to divorce.
4th May 2014
US: First openly gay bishop announces divorce from partner 23
11:50 AM — Gene Robinson, the first openly gay bishop in the Episcopal church, has announced he is to divorce his partner.
16th April 2014
US: Obama picks gay bishop for closing prayers at Easter Breakfast 5
8:33 PM — Barack Obama picked an openly gay bishop to deliver the closing prayers at the annual White House Easter Prayers Breakfast on Monday.
28th January 2013
Married priest switches from Episcopals to Catholicism over gay rights and gives up sex with his wife 54
3:06 PM — A former Episcopal has given up sex with his wife, permanently as part of his conversion to become a Catholic Priest. John Cornelius who was an Episcopal priest for twenty years, quit two years ago over the church's positive approach towards homosexuality.
16th January 2013
Massachusetts: Pro-gay Episcopal bishop to step down
7:13 PM — The outspoken pro-gay bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Massachusetts says he plans to retire in 2014.
7th January 2013
Primate of Kenya warns Church of England against ordaining gay bishops 32
11:11 AM — The Primate of Kenya has condemned the Church of England for dropping its prohibition on gay clergy becoming bishops, providing they are in celibate or in celibate civil partnerships.
5th January 2013
US: First openly gay Anglican bishop, Gene Robinson, retires after 10 years 13
9:46 PM — The US Episcopal Church’s first openly gay bishop, Gene Robinson, retired from his post on Saturday, after almost ten years.
17th December 2012
Bishop Gene Robinson: Jesus was pro-gay and spent most of his time with 12 men 16
2:00 PM — The US Episcopal Church's first openly gay bishop, Gene Robinson, says we shouldn’t assume Jesus was heterosexual.
17th August 2011
Bishop Gene Robinson: God celebrates gay people 74
4:46 PM — Laurence Watts travels to New England, USA, to talk faith, service and retirement with the openly gay Right Reverend Gene Robinson, Bishop of New Hampshire. "After my election but before my consecration I was getting calls to step down from archbishops around the world. People I’d never met were calling me. I took that to God and said: "If I’ve done enough and I’m to back off, let me know,! but I never got anything from God other than, 'Come forward and I will be with you'."
24th November 2010
Archbishop asks Anglicans to keep unity over gay bishops 11
11:15 AM — The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, has asked Anglicans worldwide to pledge to maintain unity over gay bishops and same-sex marriage.
8th November 2010
First out gay bishop Gene Robinson to retire early 5
12:14 PM — The openly gay Bishop of New Hampshire, Gene Robinson, has announced he will retire early. Rev Robinson will be 65 when he retires in 2013, seven years before the usual retirement age for bishops.
9th February 2010
Archbishop of Canterbury ‘profoundly sorry’ for comments on homosexuality 26
7:11 PM — The Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams apologised yesterday for statements he has made about gay people in the church. He said he was "profoundly sorry" for giving the impression of "ignoring or undervaluing" human realities.