“There is persecution against the church,” said a spokesman for the Mexico City Archdiocese.
U.S. District Judge Max Cogburn argued the plaintiffs failed to prove they were harmed by the law that allows officials to refuse to perform same-sex marriages if they cite religious objections.
First it was South Africa keeping homophobic minister Steven Anderson out. Botswana is now following suit.
Very visible advertising from Parents and Friends of Ex-Gays won't fly — even in Waco.
South Africa has prevented an American anti-LGBT pastor from entering the country.
The Democratic vice-presidential nominee had predicted the church will eventually embrace marriage equality; guess again, says his bishop.
The GOP nominee's speech will be livestreamed on YouTube at 3 p.m. Eastern.