NEW HAVEN — Rob Handy is Catholic-born gay man struggling to recover from an alcohol problem.
He found the door of The United Church on the Green so wide open that it restored a part of his soul — a door that opened extra-wide in New Haven on the same weekend that thousands of gay-rights marchers descended on Washington.
United Church, which formed the core of local support for Amistad refugees in the 19th century, has been at the forefront in New Haven of the inclusion of gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgendered people.
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