The Schism Begins
Conservative Episcopalians make their first move to break with the U.S. church
By Diana Keough
Africans and Gay Rights
Many Africans have bigger things to worry about than homosexual church leaders.
By Gus Niebuhr
Gay Issue Derails Catholic-Episcopalian Talks
Bishop Who First Ordained Women Dies
Former Archbishop Carey Says Gay Bishop Harms Anglicans
Risking Schism, Episcopalians Consecrate Robinson
The Prospect of Fracture
Will parts of the Anglican Communion declare themselves separate from the Episcopal Church?
By Stephen Bates
Defender of the Faith
Why all Anglican eyes in London are nervously fixed on a powerful African archbishop.
By Philip Jenkins
Dispute Affects Other Christians
The fight over homosexuality in the Anglican Communion is more than an internal squabble.
The New Hampshire Episcopal Diocese Responds
"We grieve that others in the Anglican Communion have felt deep pain with these issues," says New Hampshire bishop.
Anglican Leaders Rebuke, not Discipline, Episcopalians
A gathering of Anglican primates reminds Episcopal Church USA of 1998 agreement on gay issues, but vows to keep unity in the Communion.
A Statement by the Primates of the Anglican Communion
The text of a group statement issued after an emergency two-day meeting called by the Archbishop of Canterbury.
Archbishop of Canterbury Calls Meeting of Anglican Leaders
The primates of 38 countries will gather in London in October to discuss the Episcopal Church USA's recent decisions.
'It's a Wrap'
A final dispatch from the front lines of the Episcopal Church General Convention
By the Rev. Mark Harris
'Now Begins the Grieving'
A conservative Episcopalian says the election refocused her allegiance
By Diane Knippers
Why the Conservatives Won't Schism
The women's ordination battles of the '70s will determine their next step
By Deborah Caldwell
Episcopalians Approve Church's First Openly Gay Bishop
Report to the House of Bishops
The results of the investigation into allegations of misconduct
Gay Bishop Delayed
Episcopal church officials decry 'a touch of evil in the air'
By Deborah Caldwell
'God is Doing a New Thing in the World'
A conversation with the man poised to be confirmed as the Episcopal Church's first openly gay bishop
The victory for gay rights in the Episcopal Church is almost complete
By John Shelby Spong
Sex and the Episcopalians
For the largely comfortable elites that comprise the Episcopal Church, talking about sex isn't, well, proper
By Diane Knipper
An Exquisite Conflict
The election of a gay bishop forces the Episcopal Church to choose between two core values
By the Rev. Lloyd Prator
The Love That Won't Keep Quiet
Hardly a day goes by that doesn't bring fresh evidence of the increased social acceptance of homosexuality
By Charles Colson
British Gay Bishop-Elect Declines Selection
From Religion News Service
Religious Views on Sodomy
A roundup of the major faiths' beliefs
Are Gays Winning the Culture Wars?
The Supreme Court sodomy decision is about much more than allowing private consensual sex acts
Is America Becoming Less Anti-Gay?
Scholar Alan Wolfe argues a shift in public opinion
A Deviance From God's Norm
Our society has the responsibility and the right to discourage the practice of homosexuality
By Richard Land
Was Sodom Into Sodomy?
A Bible scholar looks at the scriptural basis for calling homosexuality a sin
By Ben Witherington III