French Church Says Gay Marriage Law Just for the Few

For Reuters, Tom Heneghan writes that the Catholic Church in France is objecting to new legislation to legalize gay marriage in that country. “Speaking in the pilgrimage town of Lourdes, Paris Cardinal Andre Vingt-Trois urged Catholics to show their opposition to a planned marriage reform by writing and speaking to their elected officials or taking part in protest marches,” reports Heneghan. “The presidential and legislative elections (earlier this year) did not give them carte blanche, especially not for reforms that very profoundly affect the equilibrium of our society,” said Cardinal Vingt-Trois.

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