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Heart & Soul: Spirituality for the rest of us

"I carry a warm place in my heart for MCC, as it was the church in San Diego where my beloved and I met 27 years ago. And it was instrumental in my finally beginning to feel a relationship with my higher power. But there is much more to it than that."

COMMENTARY: “Sometimes they get it right”

"So we must still be ever vigilant my friends, but for now I’m going to bask in the sunshine of being recognized for the citizen I am and rejoice in the knowledge that 'Sometimes they do get it right.'”

Gay married man approved for green card

An American man in Florida and his husband, who is from Bulgaria, have become the first same-sex married couple to be approved for a permanent resident visa, an immigration milestone that comes after the Supreme Court struck down a federal law against same-sex marriage.

UPDATED: Anti-gay group asks Supreme Court to halt California marriages

An anti-gay group has petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court today to halt same-gender marriages in California, which resumed Friday afternoon after the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals lifted its stay on a lower court ruling that said Proposition 8 was unconstitutional.