The Church of England accepts them: but the CDF has made it clear that we do not. But things seem a little ambiguous here. How come?
Topic: civil partnerships
The Soho Masses are now to be discontinued; and the ordinariate has its ‘cathedral’; all we need now is to clarify Catholic teaching on civil unions
Sao Paulo notary said she could find no ‘legal impediment’ to the union
Government Minister says that no churches or other religious premises will be forced to host civil partnership ceremonies
Last week, I asked Archbishop Nichols to clarify his views on civil unions: this led the CNA to ask him, too. He spoke: but did we get an answer?
This is all getting to look very similar to what we have been told about the Soho Masses
Edward Leigh is seeking to annul regulations which would lift the ban on civil ceremonies being conducted in places of worship
Archbishop Nichols says he is in favour of gay civil unions: but that legally includes the right to adopt. So why did we lose our adoption agencies?
The teaching of the Church on civil unions is clear enough: does the archbishop support it or not?