Instead, my eye caught a headline that the TEC Commission on Liturgy and Music was being asked to create a service for Same Sex Blessings that is "done with intention, truthfulness and that begins with the words 'dearly beloved.'...It needs to sound like something that's recognizable." In other words, they really mean to treat their ceremony as if it were the celebration of a sacrament. The Church, after all, does not marry anyone, but simply blesses the marital union. Don't be fooled by the absence of the word "Marriage." This is what the "Ordination" of women was all about in the first place: It was about getting them to this point in their development of doctrinal error by making the sex of a person irrelevant to a sacrament.
I don't know what they want to do with liturgy, but I suggest that for music they include the song "Frankie and Johnnies were lovers" in a new edition of the Hernia. It must be called a Hernia, because "Hymnal" is sexist. "Hernia" would be more inclusive by excluding every real Hymn.
Back to real life after looking in at the madhouse.