Video – Catholic Church Launches New Anti-Gay Site, Vows Anti-Gay Marriage Support .. Again

Oh those crazy religious fascist over at the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.  What with having too much time and hate on their hands thye’ve  have launched a brand spanking new anti-same sex marriage website called  to vowing support the upcoming anti-gay bills in Minnesota and North Carolina.

In the midst of these various challenges, we continue to be mindful and pray for those efforts seeking to protect the definition of marriage. These include the constitutional amendments protecting marriage in Minnesota and North Carolina, the continued efforts to do the same in Indiana, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, and efforts to repeal the redefinition of marriage and New Hampshire and Iowa. To all our brother bishops and efforts to protect marriage in these states, thank you for your courage and witness, please count on our continued support and prayers.

During an oral report on the progress of the Subcommittee for the Promotion and Defense of Marriage at  Bishop Salvatore J. Cordileone argued that denying gays and lesbians the right to marry “affirms the inviolable dignity of every human person” and accused the Obama administration for viewing “traditional marriage” as “discriminatory.” – Source: Think Progress

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