Three priests stood outside a polling place Tuesday in Timonium pondering the sacred and the secular.
"My congregation has a bunch of families divided — it's a microcosm of the larger country," said the Rev. Kristofer Lindh-Payne, rector of Epiphany Episcopal Church in Baltimore County.
"We do stay together, even though we are divided," he said, as voters streamed in and out of Pot Spring Elementary School. "But what will the aftermath be like, if no matter who wins, a large part of our country is going to be grieving?"
The presidential campaign has been so bruising and divisive that Lindh-Payne and other priests made themselves...