Can same-sex marriage and religious freedom coexist?
Blaise Joseph | 19 June 2013
There is lots of evidence to suggest that legally redefining marriage will threaten freedom of religion.
Fewer marriages, fewer fathers
Blaise Joseph | 16 June 2013
Fathers matter, and marriage is the one institution that binds men to their children.
Who invented marriage? Not the Church. Not the State.
Thomas J. Paprocki | 12 June 2013
In nearly every country where the issue of same-sex marriage is debated, the Catholic Church has been one of the staunchest defenders of the traditional definition of marriage. Here Dr Thomas Paprocki, the Catholic bishop of Springfield, Illinois, sets out the Church’s arguments elegantly and concisely.
“Gays against gay marriage”
Blaise Joseph | 11 June 2013
How can it be “homophobic” to oppose redefining marriage when many gays oppose it as well?
Australian defender of marriage passes away
Blaise Joseph | 10 June 2013
Christopher Pearson, a columnist for The Australian, speechwriter, and strong defender of traditional marriage, passed away on Friday.
Australian study on same-sex parenting questioned
Blaise Joseph | 07 June 2013
A recent study in Australia has found that children thrive with same-sex parents. But how reliable is this research?
The marriage of two men means a motherless child
David van Gend | 05 June 2013
I write as a family doctor for whom the question of same-sex marriage centres on one fact: that the marriage of two men means a motherless family.
The top marriage myths debunked
Blaise Joseph | 04 June 2013
An American marriage and family academic is making the case that marriage is still a social good.
DOMA is Dead, long live DOMA!
Paul T. Thordarson | 31 May 2013
Is the impending legal demise of the Defense of Marriage Act really a big deal? That depends…
Why do we need marriage to be happy?
Michael Cook | 27 May 2013
Here's something from a leading lesbian writer: “It’s a no-brainer that the institution of marriage should not exist… Fighting for gay marriage generally involves lying about what we are going to do with marriage when we get there—because we lie that the institution of marriage is not going to change, and that is a lie.” Read all about it.
French blowback: “François, ta loi, on en veut pas!”
Michael Cook | 26 May 2013
This is such a cool song expressing the sentiments of the vast crowds in France who are protesting the recent same-sex marriage law. If your French is a bit rusty, they have provided helpful sub-titles. Very catchy, very moving, very joyful.
French marriage activists vow to fight on
Blaise Joseph | 23 May 2013
Following the redefinition of marriage in France, MercatorNet interviewed young French marriage activist Maxime Lagorce.
For the sake of future generations
Blaise Joseph | 22 May 2013
Two young Americans explain why traditional marriage must be preserved for the sake of future generations.
Defending traditional marriage
Blaise Joseph | 19 May 2013
A forum on marriage at the World Congress of Families provided a strong defence of marriage.
World Congress of Families starts in Sydney this week
Blaise Joseph | 16 May 2013
The vital public issue of marriage will be front and centre at the World Congress of Families in Sydney.
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