Gene Robinson

Gene Robinson

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May 4, 2014

[Episcopal News Service] Former Diocese of New Hampshire Bishop Gene Robinson has announced that he and his partner of 25 years Mark Andrew recently decided to get divorced.

In a message to the diocese announcing the decision, Robinson said: “As you can imagine, this is a difficult time...

January 25, 2012

[Religion News Serivce] It’s been years since the incident, but Bishop Gene Robinson’s heart still races when he sees it on film.

Robinson, the Episcopal Church’s first openly bishop, was preaching in London when a man in the audience stood and began yelling at him. The heckler waved a...

November 7, 2010

Saying that the last seven years have taken a toll on him, his family and the Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire, Bishop Gene Robinson told the diocese Nov. 6 that he will retire in early 2013.

"Death threats, and the now-worldwide controversy surrounding your election of me as bishop,...

June 13, 2010

Gay & Lesbian Advocates & Defenders, or GLAD, announced June 14 that it will bestow the 2010 Spirit of Justice Award to New Hampshire Bishop V. Gene Robinson, according to a news release.

The 11th annual Spirit of Justice Award Dinner is scheduled for Oct. 29 at the Westin Copley...

August 21, 2009

"At the end of the day the Anglican Communion is going to be fine," New Hampshire Bishop V. Gene Robinson told a large audience at St. Mark's Cathedral, Salt Lake City, Utah, on August 20 at an address and book signing. "These last few years have been another chapter in God's people trying to...

January 19, 2009

Standing on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial January 18, Episcopal Diocese of New Hampshire Bishop Gene Robinson asked the tens of thousands of people attending the "We Are One" concert to pray with him for God to guide "your child Barack." He also asked God to bless the country with tears,...

August 2, 2008

He might be the most prominent uninvited guest at the 2008 Lambeth Conference, but Diocese of New Hampshire Bishop Gene Robinson's presence at the every-decade gathering was, nonetheless, a compelling factor. Robinson, whose long-term same-gender relationship is a source of controversy in the...

July 21, 2008

Archbishop Daniel Deng Bul, primate of the Episcopal Church of Sudan (ECS), said July 22 that New Hampshire Bishop Gene Robinson should resign in order to preserve the unity of the Anglican Communion.

 

"Gene Robinson has to be away from the Anglican world and be a normal...

July 15, 2008

Bishop Gene Robinson of New Hampshire said he is going to some events at the Lambeth Conference "not to protest in any way" his exclusion from the main part of the conference, but to "tell the story of God's work" in his life and "tell people that God is available to them." Robinson, the first...

July 12, 2008

Bishop Gene Robinson of New Hampshire, whose same-gender partnership has caused debate in the Anglican Communion, on July 13 said the church should not be fearful since "it is not ours to win or lose; it is God's gift to us, even ours to take some risks with."

It was one of several...

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