A Mass Communion Was Given In Front of the Supreme Court After The Gay Marriage Ruling

| JUN 26, 2015 | 9:04 PM

Rev. Mary Kay Totty of the United Methodist Church arranged a mass communion for those gathered to celebrate the Supreme Court's ruling on gay marriage today. The communion took place one hour after the decision to legalize gay marriage nationwide was passed down.

The communion consisted of two loaves of bread and a cup of grape juice.


Before distributing the communion, Rev. Totty gave a 2-minute-long blessing.

Then, adjacent to the steps of the Supreme Court, they set up to serve the sizable line of activists that had formed to receive sacraments.


Here is what getting communion looked like after SCOTUS' historic gay marriage decision.

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