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Bishops Move to Ease Concerns on Homosexuality

Bishops in the Episcopal Church have crafted a document they hope will ease conservatives' concerns in the United States and abroad. In Africa and South America, which have the most active members in the worldwide Anglican Communion, bishops wanted a statement from the Americans about the direction of the church — and specifically on its views on homosexuality.

Robert Siegel talks with NPR's Barbara Bradley Hagerty.

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