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Alberto Cutié to Join Episcopal Church

El Nuevo Herald, Posted: May 28, 2009

MIAMI -- Father Alberto Cutié, the priest who lost his Miami Beach church after a celebrity magazine published photos of him kissing a woman, is leaving the Archdiocese of Miami to join the Episcopal Church, reports El Nuevo Herald. A private ceremony will take place Thursday afternoon at the Trinity Cathedral in downtown Miami. Bishop Leo Frade, head of the Episcopal Diocese of Southeast Florida, will officiate the ceremony. Cutié, 40, is also expected to announce that he will marry his girlfriend, who the media has identified as Ruhama Canellis Bunia, 35, a divorced mother who lives in Miami Beach.

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