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Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby at a press conference in Canterbury at the end of the Primates meeting on January 14th 2016

Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby at a press conference in Canterbury at the end of the Primates' meeting on January 14th 2016

Anglican leaders agree on temporary sanctions for Episcopal Church

15/01/2016 16:55

Leaders of the Anglican Communion are winding up a meeting in Canterbury on Friday after agreeing to a temporary suspension of the Episcopal Church in the United States for its position on same-sex marriage

Archbishop of Sydney, Anthony Fisher, OP

Archbishop of Sydney, Anthony Fisher, OP

Australian Archbishop defends traditional marriage

16/07/2015 15:28

The Archbishop of Sydney, Anthony Fisher, OP, reaffirmed the Church’s teaching on Marriage during the Archdiocese’s Annual Marriage Mass with Renewal of Vows.

 

Archbishop Blase J. Cupich

Archbishop Blase J. Cupich

Archbishop Cupich: civil marriage not a sacrament

30/06/2015 13:14

We bring you a broad-ranging interview with Archbishop Blase J. Cupich of Chicago, Ill., USA, who was in Rome to receive his pallium this week on the Solemnity of Sts. Peter and Paul

Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville, USA, president of the USCCB (file photo)

Archbishop Joseph Kurtz of Louisville, USA, president of the USCCB (file photo). Archbishop Kurtz denounced the US Supreme Court's decision on so-called "gay marriage" as "a tragic mistake."

USCCB Head calls Supreme Court decision "a tragic mistake"

27/06/2015 13:05

The U.S. Supreme Court decision, June 26, interpreting the U.S. Constitution to require all states to license and recognize same-sex “marriage” “is a tragic error that harms the common good and most vulnerable among us,” said USCCB President Archbishops Joseph Kurtz.

 

People react as Ireland voted in favour of allowing same-sex marriage in a historic referendum, in Dublin May 23, 2015.

People react as Ireland voted in favour of allowing same-sex marriage in a historic referendum, in Dublin May 23, 2015.

Australian bishops warn on same-sex marriage

30/05/2015 16:58

As the push for same-sex marriage gains momentum in Australia, buoyed by the Irish referendum, Australia’s Catholic bishops are warning it will have  far-reaching consequences on the common good.

 

Paper votes being counted in Dublin

Paper votes being counted in Dublin. Ireland on Friday voted on whether to change the nation's constitution to recognize so-called same-sex "marriage."

Irish voters approve referendum allowing same-sex "marriage"

23/05/2015 17:04

Ireland has become the first country in the world to vote to create a constitutional right to so-called same-sex “marriage.”