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Salma Hayek - Bandidas

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  • drazdikjr  |  836 days - 13/11/2012
    US Bishops Vow to Continue Defense of Liberty, Marriage Open Fall Meeting With Reports on 2 of Biggest Cultural Battles. BALTIMORE, Maryland, NOV. 12, 2012 (Zenit org).- Lamenting that last week's election day was a "disappointing day for marriage," the US bishops' leader on marriage issues says that the voting results are a sign of a larger problem: that "people don't understand what marriage is." This was the observation offered by Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco, chairman of the Subcommittee for the Promotion and Defense of Marriage, after he presented a report today to the US bishops' annual fall general assembly. The prelates' three-day assembly is under way in Baltimore. Voters in three US states last Tuesday passed laws in favor of same-sex "marriage," while a fourth state rejected a proposal to define marriage in the state constitution. 13-November-2012 -- ZENIT org News Agency
  • drazdikjr  |  839 days - 11/11/2012
    A new Mexico City law goes into effect March 4 that will allow same-sex couples to marry and adopt children, propelling the city to the forefront of the global gay rights movement. “We want society to change its chip that says there is only one kind of family,” said Ms. Alfarache. But fierce opposition erupted almost as soon as the law was passed on Dec. 22. In his final homily of the year in Mexico City, Cardinal Norberto Rivera Carrera said, “Today the family is under attack in its essence by the equivalence of homosexual unions with marriage between a man and a woman.” Roman Catholic groups asked the conservative federal government to intervene. President Felipe Calderón said the Constitution defined marriage as between a man and a woman, although legal experts disagree. His attorney general filed a challenge before the Supreme Court, arguing that the law violates a constitutional clause protecting the family. Malkin, Elisabeth. New York Times. Published 6th Febuary 2010