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A Bishop notorious for describing our Lord Jesus Christ as crazy is to be pivotal to the upcoming nuptials of Prince Harry of England and his tropical bride.
On Saturday, Kensington Palace announced that Bishop Michael Curry (65), the first African-American bishop in the Episcopal Church, will deliver the sermon at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s May 19 wedding.
“It was my understanding that given the fact that he was the first African-American bishop and is a wonderful preacher and speaker, it would be appropriate for him to be invited to speak,” said Neva Rae Fox, a press representative for the Episcopal Church, the South China Morning Post reported.
The Chicago-born pro-immigration bishop is honoured and thrilled to be participating, according to the prestigious daily accessible by up to one billion Chinese.
Curry is what corporate media describes as “a socially progressive bishop who has frequently compared the black and Lesbian, Gay, Bi-Sexual and Transsexual (LGBT) civil rights movements. He was also one of the first bishops in the US to allow same-sex marriages to take place in his church.
“I’m thrilled that Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have asked Bishop Michael Curry to preach at their wedding The Bishop is a brilliant pastor, stunning preacher and someone with a great gift for sharing (his interpretation) the good news of Jesus Christ.”
For the first time since Henry VIII, a king with a penchant for trashing his wives, the traditional ritual usual conducted by the Church of England will be placed – with much else in the dustbin of history.
UK Police have warned that anyone posting memes deemed to be disrespectful of the happy couple or the wedding of the century could be cast down a bottomless pit.
Traditionally, sermons at royal weddings are given by senior clergy from the Church of England.
In 2012, Curry gained notoriety for his sermon in which he quoted a version of the Bible that refers to Jesus as a crazy person. “They thought he was crazy!” Curry beamed during the 2012 sermon. “And he was! He is!”
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