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The Rev. Peter D'Angio, rector of St. Luke's Episcopal Church, said the Episcopal church ruled in 2009 to allow same-sex blessing ceremonies on a national level.
In states that legally recognize gay marriages, episcopal churches are allowed to perform the actual marriage ceremony when the bishop in that district gives the OK, he said.
"I think religion has a part to play in same-sex blessings," the Rev. D'Angio said. "People have the desire for a member of the clergy, whatever religion, to invoke God's blessing on their relationship."
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