The June issue of The Portal Magazine, the official monthly journal of the Ordinariate of Our Lady of Walsingham in the UK has been posted.
The final page has an interesting article on the likelihood of homosexual marriage being legislatively approved in the UK, noting that a first step to this was changing the definition of marriage from "the joining of one man with one woman, forsaking all others until death do us part”, by eliminiating the “till death do us part” (shelved with easy-to-get divorce). This legislation, like similar legislation passed by some U.S. states is now doing away with the “one man and one woman” bit as well. The article notes that "in order to facilitate this change, such concepts as adultery and consummation have, I believe, been abolished. This should give the game away, but no, the modernisers just carry on regardless."
This Blog Needs More Heraldry - I plan, in the middle of next week, a little post on heraldic intercourse between Cardinals. Meanwhile, may I briefly float this: a laicised cleric ought t...
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