Defenders of marriage assess the damage wrought by the Supreme Court’s decision to redefine the institution in the Unites States.
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COMMENTARY: For faithful Christians, Jews and Muslims, the ruling in Obergefell v. Hodges leaves more questions than answers.
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Among the signees are seven bishops.
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Court watchers were startled by the caution expressed by Justice Anthony Kennedy, regarded as the likely swing vote on the legally, politically and socially contentious issue.
A May 22 referendum would amend the Republic of Ireland’s constitution to read, 'Marriage may be contracted in accordance with law by two persons without distinction as to their sex.'
'We have not cultivated the basis for sacrificial love but have, in a sense, fallen victims of a culture that tends to talk about adult choices and options,’ the archbishop said at Saturday’s March for Marriage in Washington.
Archbishop Charles Chaput of Philadelphia and other Church authorities speak with the Register about how to discuss this sensitive issue in contemporary America