Retired divorced, alcoholic, homosexual Episcopal bishop “rebukes” Catholic Archbishop of Detroit.

Robinson, who recently retired as Episcopal Bishop of New Hampshire, wrote in today’s Washington Post “On Faith” blog that Catholic leaders such as Vigneron “profane the Sacrament” and use communion as “a manipulative tool” when they say Catholics who support gay marriage should not present themselves for communion.

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Editor’s note: I’ll begin to take Robinson’s opinion seriously the moment he admits the sinfulness of his personal lifestyle and the great discredit he (and it) has already brought upon himself and what remains of the Episcopal church. The man is a living, walking scandal!

If it wasn’t so disgusting, it might be laughable.

The film follows Robinson as the church grapples with how to handle lesbian and gay issues. Robinson’s election brought to a head divisions between liberal and conservative Episcopalians, and between the U.S. church and more conservative members of the worldwide Anglican Communion.

Filmmakers followed Robinson to England in 2008, where he was excluded from the Anglicans’ Lambeth Conference of bishops. And they followed him to the Episcopal Church’s 2009 General Convention, where leaders voted to allow blessings of same-sex marriages, civil unions or domestic partnerships (where legal) and allow gay men and women to become bishops.

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Editor’s note: William Shakespeare wrote, “To thine own self be true.” Jesus Christ said, “Take up your cross and follow me.” It looks to me like all these people got William Shakespeare mixed up with Jesus Christ, and are following the wrong guy!