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A Church Told A Pastor That He Couldn't Preside Over His Son's Wedding. He Responded Like A Dad.

Six years ago, the Rev. Frank Schaefer decided to defy his church and preside over the wedding of his gay son. Then, earlier this year, a parishioner found out and reported him (even though Schaefer told the church he was doing it). After this report aired, they suspended him for 30 days and said that if he ever does it again, he'll be defrocked. He decided to say no to that. As you'll see below.

A Church Told A Pastor That He Couldn't Preside Over His Son's Wedding. He Responded Like A Dad.


If you like what the Rev. Schaefer stands for, you could Like him on Facebook. And you could share this. Totally your call.
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Census Bureau figures say that almost a quarter of men and nearly 46% of women over the age of 75 live alone.

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