MADRID (EWTN News/CNA) — Archbishop Timothy Dolan predicts that the recent redefinition of marriage in New York will have a “big impact” on future attempts by young people to build up Catholic family life.
“That’s a good example of how our young people find, very often, the culture of our society to be at odds with what they treasure as Catholics,” the archbishop of New York told EWTN News on Aug. 17 prior to an evening prayer service for hundreds of young New Yorkers at World Youth Day.
Gay “marriage” became legal in New York state last month following the passage of the Marriage Equality Act in the state Legislature by 33 votes to 29. The approved bill was signed by Gov. Andrew Cuomo...READ MORE