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Over a thousand Catholic priests and 13 bishops and abbots have signed an open letter saying the effort to redefine the definition of marriage in England is the greatest threat to religious freedom since the Reformation. Continue Reading

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  1. Anoymous
    1 year ago

    Everyone has the right to freedom of religion.An they don't have to participate in in gay marriages or teach a agenda that is morally wrong in there religion.An less they change the law where nobody has the freedom of religion

  2. vance
    1 year ago

    The persecution has begun. Hobby Lobby anyone? If any priest refuses to marry two sodomites, he will be charged with discrimination against gays who are now a "Protected Class". We will see what happens when the HHS court challenges get to the Supreme Court.

  3. abey
    1 year ago

    There in is identified the mother & together with her daughter brings about the Spiritual Harlotry, Prophesied.

  4. Joe
    1 year ago

    Gay and Straight taxpayers aren't shelling out their hard-earned money to schools and government offices so that they can be disrespected. The public employees don't get to dictate what services are offered. The taxpayers determine was services are offered. Don't like it? Then don't expect to get paid by the taxpayers' dollars.

  5. Louis Barta
    1 year ago

    It's about time someone stated the obvious, namely that the sole purpose behind the ultra-liberal (satanist) push for same-sex "marriage" is to destroy the Catholic Church under a barrage of "discrimination" lawsuits (for refusing to marry homosexuals) and to incite violent protests by homosexuals aimed at Catholics who, in obedience to God's Natural Law, reject the absurdity of demonic same-sex "marriages" between disease-spreading sexual perverts who, as many studies have proved, are almost never faithful to one another, but instead are constantly on the prowl for new victims to pollute and drag down to hell.

  6. Robert
    1 year ago

    roman catholic law makers in the united states are in the vast majority. Even the united states suprme court has a OVERLY large majority of roman catholics sitting on it ..with only two non roman catholics


    yet they advance abortions agendas and homosexual agendas ..And every one in the united states know the supreme court could have reversed roe verses wade but roman catholic people including the supreme court judges perfer abortion agendas over life ..

    we will soon see how these roman catholic judges support homosexual marrages to.

    i would just about bet they will.



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