The Eastern Massachusetts diocese of the Episcopal Church is now allowing priests to officiate same-sex weddings:
Five years after same-sex marriage became legal in Massachusetts, the local Episcopal bishop yesterday gave permission for priests in Eastern Massachusetts to officiate at same-sex weddings.[...]
"The time has come,'' Shaw said in a telephone interview. "It's time for us to offer to gay and lesbian people the same sacrament of fidelity that we offer to the heterosexual world.''
Shaw's move comes after not just his own change of heart, but also a resolution passed by the diocesan convention asking him to change the rules regarding same-sex weddings. Priests were allowed to bless same-sex unions, but they weren't allowed to actually sign the marriage licenses. Instead, same-sex couples had to go to a justice of the peace to get that done (which, by the way, sounds like a great system for everyone, much like the system many Latin American and European countries made because putting clergy in charge of officiating legal documents is generally considered offensive in secular society).