The question isn't "if." The question is "when."
Last June we wrote about the marriage of two ordained men to each other that was performed on May 31 in the Church of England in London.
Ruth Gledhill has an update on the rector of St. Bartholomew the Great in London who performed the wedding. Seems all is fine now. The rector has written an apology to the Bishop of London, saying that he was "inconsistent with the terms of the Pastoral Statement from the House of Bishops issued in 2005." Oh.
He also states that he "regrets" that he "had not appreciated that the event would have been attended by so many nor that it would have attracted the publicity and notoriety which it did."
Of course, that is kinda the point of the whole thing.