The case against same-sex marriage - a five-minute video presentation.
A French prayer: “That children ... cease to be the objects of the desires and conflicts of adults in order to fully benefit from the love of a father and a mother.”
Iona Institute has prepared an excellent, short, briefing paper on the need to preserve marriage as it is currently defined.
There is a live-streaming debate on June 7, at 6pm Eastern US time, between Maggie Gallagher and John Corvino, joint authors of a new book setting out their opposing views.
Leaders of some of the largest religious communities in the country voice their concern that religious freedom is at risk in America because of the campaign to change the definition and meaning of marriage.
To what extent does this blog, or other online sources, influence your views about marriage and the marriage debate?
Yes, according to an online petition.
Bob Katter is a member of Federal Parliament from an electorate in North Queensland which is larger than Spain. He is one of the great mavericks of Australian politics. Today he addressed the issue of same-sex unions at the National Marriage Day in Canberra.
Australian family advocates and supporters have travelled to the federal capital, Canberra, today to tell politicians, “Don’t meddle with marriage”.
The latest ammunition in the same-sex marriage wars is a New York Times
report about research showing that “a majority of Americans now say
their definition of family includes same-sex couples with children, as
well as married gay and lesbian couples”.
Dr Jennifer Roback Morse, Foundress and President of the Ruth Institute,
laments the overturn of Proposition 8 by Judge Vaughn Walker, who is
widely reported to be g*y.