Trinity Church, Boston celebrates sacred, secular marriage equality

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“Who am I to judge?” These words echoed repeatedly through the sermon given at Trinity Church in Boston by the Hon. Margaret Marshall, retired chief justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, at a choral Evensong in thanksgiving for marriage equality throughout the United States and throughout the Episcopal Church. Quoting Pope Francis’ now-famous remark, Marshall expanded it into a wry and moving refrain as she spoke on the judicial system’s role in protecting the rights of minorities, the “noisy, and messy and jagged” workings of democracy and the command of faith to strive for justice.

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