Gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people can now become priests or ministers in the Presbyterian Church (USA). Advocates call the passing of this vote a major milestone. Others fear it could spark a crisis within one of America's oldest mainline Protestant denominations. Host Michel Martin speaks with Rev. Janet Edwards of More Light Presbyterians, a group advocating on behalf of gays serving in the ministry.
Presbyterian Church (USA) Passes Vote Allowing LGBT Ordainment
By NPR Staff • May 13, 2011