While many Illinoisans celebrated yesterday's signing of a marriage equality bill, one Roman Catholic leader was seeking to drive out the forces that led to this 'grave sin.'
With Gov. Pat Quinn's signature on Senate Bill 10, Illinois Wednesday became the 16th U.S. state to embrace marriage equality.
There was plenty of joy in the air today as Gov. Pat Quinn signed marriage equality into law in a Chicago ceremony.
Cardinal Francis George has asked for the letter to be distributed throughout the Chicago archdiocese Sunday.
Same-sex marriage comes from the devil, and therefore the new law merits an exorcism service, claims Bishop Thomas Paprocki.
Rep. Sam Yingling marked the passage of marriage equality in Illinois by popping the question to his longtime partner.
The bill passed the House today, was already approved in the Senate, and the governor will sign it.
They say that after they exchanged a quick peck, the driver demanded that they leave his cab.
The Roman Catholic bishop of Springfield, Ill., said a plan to pray the rosary for marriage equality was 'blasphemous,' and police were called to keep equality activists out of the city's cathedral.