Message from discussion Vatican vows to continue fighting for traditional marriage
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From: Christopher A. Lee <chrislee95...@comcast.net>
Subject: Re: Vatican vows to continue fighting for traditional marriage
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On Tue, 13 Nov 2012 17:39:15 -0800, Jeanne Douglas
>In article <opf4a8tceuhvpt647ar78uest593r1l...@4ax.com>,
> duke <duckgumb...@cox.net> wrote:
>> On Mon, 12 Nov 2012 14:03:29 -0800, J <jdyou...@ymail.com> wrote:
>> >Although the voting tally is now 33-4, any setback to normalcy is
>> >unacceptable. The atheist and religious communities seem willing to
>> >concede to the homos, with one exception; the RCC. The Vatican will
>> >always stand-up for what is best for society and that is why pro-decency
>> >atheists like myself will always accept the RCC as an ally.
>> Oh, it's much more than that. According to scripture, a marriage is a union
>> blessed by God until death between one man and one woman.
>> I'm not really concerned if 2 queers want a civil contract to butt ram each
>> other. But a marriage it isn't.
>> Marriage is a sacred union.
>Sacred is forbidden by the Constitution.
>Why do you think the United States should be ruled by your religious
Because he's a Catholic.