Well ''Pipo'' was rather large..the photographer put him in my arms..and I remarked he was heavy..
He said ''mañana estará muerto .. es demasiado grande''
Tomorrow he dies..he is getting too big..
So I bought him..
No but churches dont do marriages they do weddings.
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Marriage is a legal document that awards benefits to couples that are romantically involved, but so too can civil unions.
Marriage is a form of unification under religion and is separate from State unions, which are papers and benefits devoid of God.
Should Christians be tolerant and equally treat those who are gay by marrying them, yes, (for it is not their place to judge) but should they be forced to do so, no.
The State’s responsibility is to ensure equal rights are awarded to all, e.g., financial benefits, which can be done without religious marriage via State sanctioned unions, and homosexuals and heterosexuals should both have the right to enter into a union through a Judge.
Religion will eventually grow into modernity and be more accepting, but it will be done slowly and from within the Church and its members rather than by legal obligations forced upon it by the State.
In the mean time, it is the Priests, Ministers, Rabbis, Imams, etc to determine if they will or will not marry people under their respective religions.