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They wed in a low-key ceremony at Ramsgate Register Office in April, as the Church of England bars clergymen from same-sex marriage.
A vicar who married a Romanian model has been left homeless after he was dumped just days after he bought him a flat.
He waited at the airport with white roses, I was pleasantly surprised.
"After that, we went to a gay club in Alicante, drank tonic and went to his home and slept together."Philip, a former vicar of 50 years, went out to live with Florin in Romania, but after a few weeks they started rowing about the young model's party lifestyle.
But just days later they had an argument and have now broken up, leaving Mr Clements relying on friends for a roof over his head. ‘I came over to England for some medical appointments for a fortnight in late August. I was very lonely, not knowing the language or having any friends. He used to go to bed very late, sometimes 5am in the morning having been out nightclubbing or watching films. He said: ‘When things were going well, I wanted him to have security when I die. ‘I didn’t want there to be any doubt about occupancy when I die. Civil partnerships are allowed but must remain celibate.
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Retired reverend Philip Clements, 79, married Florin Marin, 24, after they met on a dating site. ‘It was my suggestion to go to Romania and Florin liked the idea but I think we would have been better off if we’d stayed at my house in Eastry.
He then sold his home in Sandwich, Kent, to buy a flat in Bucharest, which he put in his husband’s name. I take some responsibility for it too but I decided there wasn’t a future. In my heart I didn’t accept it but I trusted him.’ Mr Clements returned to the UK in September after his friends begged him to come home. ‘I stayed with friends on alternate weeks until I was given a granny flat attached to one of my friend’s houses. ‘I wouldn’t have been so isolated and he would have had things to do.’ The Church of England’s rules state that clergy cannot enter same-sex marriages.
During Şerban Cantacuzino's reign the monks at the monastery of Snagov, near Bucharest published in 1688 the first translated and printed Romanian Bible (Biblia de la Bucureşti - The Bucharest Bible).