THE Catholic Church yesterday hit back at the Scottish Government over plans to allow same-sex marriage, claiming "no clear-headed person" would condone the concept and raising potential grounds for a legal challenge.
THE Catholic Church yesterday hit back at the Scottish Government over plans to allow same-sex marriage, claiming \"no clear-headed person\" would condone the concept and raising potential grounds for a legal challenge.
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Archbishop of Glasgow Mario Conti, in his first response to the SNP administration's confirmation of the law change to allow same-sex marriages, said the Holyrood legislation is flawed and not competent.
In a letter to The Herald, he writes: "The Scottish Government's decision to introduce 'gay marriage' is mistaken for the reason that it fails ... to distinguish between equality and sameness.
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