Monday, March 2, 2015

Nebraska Catholic bishops not happy that gay families are on track to gain civil marriage protections

Nebraska's Catholic Bishops, James Conley of Lincoln (above, left), Bishop William Dendinger of Grand Island (above, center) and Omaha Archbishop George J. Lucas, aren't happy that gay families in the Cornhusker state are on track to receive civil marriage legal protections and they've issued a joint statement:
We are disappointed that Judge Joseph Bataillon granted an injunction today that presumes to nullify what God has written on human hearts since the beginning of time — that marriage is between a man and a woman, and has as one of its principal purposes the procreation and rearing of children. Marriage was established by God before the state and before the Church, and the vitality of both depends on the fruitful union of husband and wife.

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