Scotland, United Kingdom: Priests Reading Anti Marriage Equality Letter in Churches Today

Written by scott on August 26th, 2012

Scottish Catholic Priests Reading Anti Marriage Equality Letter in Churches TodayThe Roman Catholic Church has declared August 26 as National Marriage Sunday and is calling on politicians to “sustain rather than subvert marriage”.

The letter, which will be read in all of Scotland’s 500 Catholic parishes, will urge followers to continue to act against efforts to “redefine” marriage.

The Scottish Government has said it is right to introduce same-sex marriages, but has stressed no clergy would be forced to carry them out.

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2 Comments so far ↓

  1. Larry Schlatter says:

    Few fantasized that the Catholic Church would accept same sex marriage. My advice to gay Catholics has always been to go find a place for worship that accepts who you are in this world and believes you will be welcomed into the next world.

  2. Kerris says:

    Well said Larry!

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