[Bishop John] Chapman said he’s had conversations with other bishops who oppose same-sex marriage.
“It’s awkward,” he said. “It’s the kind of conversation with people who are entrenched in a particular point of view, and it goes as far as these conversations typically go.”
Chapman said he’s concerned the headlines stemming from Friday’s vote will give Canadians the wrong idea about the church.
“Morally, legally and emotionally, 85 per cent of the leadership of the church that gathered in Vancouver in the last week is affirming,” he said.
— CBC Ottawa (@CBCOttawa) July 17, 2019