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LONDON — The Roman Catholic Church stepped up its campaign against civil gay marriage, with a letter from two senior archbishops being read out at services in 2,500 churches on Sunday.
The letter from Archbishop Vincent Nichols, the leader of the Catholic Church in England and Wales, and Archbishop Peter Smith, the Archbishop of Southwark, said it was their “duty” to defend the institution of marriage.
“Changing the legal definition of marriage would be a profoundly radical step. Its consequences should be taken seriously now,” Nichols and Smith said in the letter, which was being read out at parish churches in England and Wales.
Originally posted by Taupin Desciple
I'm putting the catholic church in with the same boat as Sheriff Arpaio at this point.
They both talk just to hear themselves in the hope of getting publicity.
What they say holds nothing, so that boat is sinking.
Originally posted by AdamsMurmur
Tribal religious leaders enforcing a tribal deity. What God do they worship? Because that's not a God of Love. All this "us vs them" nonsense perpetuating duality, which is why there are so many issues today. It's all a game of fear and control, not to uphold what "God wants".
"God needs nothing, lacks nothing and desires nothing because God has everything and is everything."