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The Episcopal Church in the United States has voted overwhelmingly in favour of allowing the ordination of transgender people.
At its 77th General Convention, it approved an amendment to its non-discrimination canons to include "gender identity and expression". The amendment makes it uncanonical to bar "transgender" people from the priesthood....
A member of the delegation from the UK, Christina Beardsley, said that the debate was "wonderful". One of the most "profound" contributions, she said, came from the Bishop of Rochester, New York, the Rt Revd Prince Singh, who said: "Just by being people of faith we inevitably occupy liminal space and identity, and so embracing trans people would take us into deeper depths of what it means to be a pilgrim people."
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