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Homosexual ‘marriage’ the ‘inevitable’ outcome of the Sexual Revolution, says UK Catholic bishop

Posted by Joseph on 1 August, 2013

The government’s “gay marriage” bill is nothing more than the logical and “inevitable outcome of a process that has been gathering pace since the sexual revolutions of the 1960s,” an English Catholic bishop has said in a pastoral letter.

Bishop Philip Egan, recently appointed by Pope Benedict XVI to the diocese of Portsmouth, said that with the legislative and social

Bishop Philip Egan

changes in Britain in the last few years, Catholics now find themselves “in an alien land that speaks a foreign language with unfamiliar customs.”

“For what we mean by the matrimony, sexual intercourse and family life is no longer what today’s world, the government, the NHS and policy-makers understand by marriage, sex and the family.”

At its core, the Sexual Revolution promulgated the rejection of the “intrinsic link between the unitive and procreative aspects of sexual intercourse,” that had always been legally protected in natural marriage.
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5 Responses to “Homosexual ‘marriage’ the ‘inevitable’ outcome of the Sexual Revolution, says UK Catholic bishop”

  1. llooeegee said

    Now, the Satanists Cameron and Obama,.. are hell bent in sending this abdominal, immoral, unnatural and anti Christian

    plague worldwide. Civilisation is dying……. contraception,,,,,,,,,,, abortion…….. gay rights and now, this perversion !

  2. llooeegee said

    PLease GOD

  3. Yes I concur, but we all have to stand up and be counted and tell this Government to stop undermining the Christian Faith, and our morals and ethics. Catholic Social Teaching has the answers to the UK’s decline in morals, apathy etc.

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