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So-called "gay marriage" is a counterfeit - a mockery of legitimate marriage. It's like taking a rotten apple, spray-painting it orange, and then calling it an orange. "Same-sex marriage" is no more real marriage then a rotten apple is an orange. It's mock marriage. Continue Reading

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  1. Brad Mosman
    1 year ago

    Gay "marriage" is part of the stink of an already putrifying culture. The Catholic church possesses two thousand years of human experience in nearly all civilizations. And its roots are found in Judaism which goes back another maybe three thousand years. Nature itself has naturally selected the heterosexual relationship as the means by which the species survives. That's is pretty powerful authority. But the Supreme Court imagines that it can trump all that to placate a culture that thinks mostly in its pants. A decision from such a court is worthless. Might as well buy a phD degree off the internet.

  2. Fred McDermott
    1 year ago

    Come Holy Spirit creator come kindle in our hearts the fire of Your love and renew the face of the earth. God bless.


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