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December 23, 2008

Is There a Natural Right to Same-Sex Marriage?

Topics: Gay Agenda
Ever since the people of California, Arizona and Florida recently voted to amend their state constitutions to defend the age-old truth that marriage is the life-long union of a man and a woman with the object of mutual love and the raising of a family, those in favor of recognition of same-sex marriage have complained that they have been "deprived of their civil rights and denied equality." Recognition of same-sex partnerships with legal and financial benefits essentially equal to marriage is not enough for them, they won't more, and clownishly and repeatedly "lament their supposed loss of civil rights and compare themselves to oppressed slaves."

However, as Fr. Juan R. Vélez writes in his excellent peace at Catholic Online, contrary to what gay activists and liberals that support them would wish us to believe, there is no natural right to same-sex marriage. In fact, not only is there no natural right to same-sex marriage, proponents of same-sex marriage are usurping the natural and civil right to marriage between a man and a woman.

Be sure to read Fr. Vélez's entire piece.

Posted by Hyscience at December 23, 2008 7:37 PM



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