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Pushing Back the Darkness in New York: Archbishop Dolan Defends True Marriage Comments

Our country's founding principles speak of rights given by God, not invented by government, and certain noble values - life, home, family, marriage, children, faith - that are protected, not re-defined, by a state presuming omnipotence. We cherish true freedom, not as the license to do whatever we want, but the liberty to do what we ought.  Continue Reading

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  1. Someone With A Brain
    3 years ago

    This is ridiculous. I stumbled onto this article by mistake and let me just say that I am disgusted. You're using religion to justify homophobia. NEWS FLASH- It's not the eighteenth century. People are gay. It has nothing to do with who they are as a person. And how can you say all of this? Marriage is a human right not a privilege reserved for straight people. If a man and a woman who love each other can get married then what's the difference when people of the same sex want to get married? There's not a difference. There's still commitment to the person you're marrying. Put your bibles away and open your eyes you religious fanatics.

  2. Robert Mazzella
    3 years ago

    I can't help but wonder what's wrong with the Cuomo family--Governor Andrew Cuomo's father, former Governor Mario Cuomo, was known for his pro-abortion stance--and now, it seems, the son wants to introduce "Same-sex" marriage!


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