No, it's not a golf course joke -- it's a feature article in today's Los Angeles Times:
The piece has been a long time coming ... Times staff writer Duke Helfand interviewed us for it during the Prop 8 campaign and the photo (above by Christina House for the LA Times) was taken on the day of the nationwide post-election Prop 8 protests.
I'd begun to think maybe this wasn't as interesting a story as Duke thought it was and then this morning ... TA DA!
Faith forms a bond for a lesbian priest and a Mormon father of three
A documentary film about same-sex marriage and theology leads to friendship, admiration and new understanding.
By Duke Helfand
February 7, 2009
Who could have foreseen what would happen between the Mormon filmmaker and the lesbian priest? Not Douglas Hunter, even after he took a leap of faith and trained his camera on the Rev. Susan Russell.
And maybe not even Russell, who had undergone a remarkable transformation from onetime suburban soccer mom to priest and outspoken champion of gay rights.But the friendship that took root when Hunter asked Russell to play the central role in his documentary about same-sex marriage and theology would lead two people from different worlds to a new understanding of themselves and their faiths.
Read the rest here ...
And thanks to those who've "picked it up" for comment:
... and note that the film will be part of an April film festival in Southern California.