It is now likely that militant homosexuals will succeed in hijacking the word ‘marriage’ to describe their fictional unions, with the connivance of David Cameron, the Labour and Liberal Democratic parties, and their fellow travelers in the media. Therefore, we need to distance the sacrament of marriage from the ruined understanding of the word. Hence the appeal to Pope Benedict XVI, ‘Holy Father, please can you give us another word for man and woman’s sacramental union? My government has ruined ours!
So far readers of Protect the Pope on twitter have suggested a number words or phrases to replace the word ‘marriage’:
Wilf Jones writes ‘maybe we should just always use the latin word nuptias to distinguish our concept from theirs?
Mark Thorne writes ‘It could become the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony, and all official Catholic literature revised accordingly.
Towardsthetiber writes ‘Holy Matrimony. They *can’t* claim the authority of the Church, surely?’
Hamish Redux cautions ‘Whatever word we use, marriage/wedding/nuptials/espousal/wedlock/, it will be hi-jacked. Then we lose husband/wife as well.
Protect the Pope comment: We need to drop the word ‘marriage’ to refer to the sacramental union of husband and wife for the sake of our children growing up in a society that has ruined the meaning of the word. The political elite and media clearly expect our beliefs to die out with our generation, so they have their eyes on the next generations. Stonewall are already targeting schools and school children to make them ‘resistant’ to the truth. We need to find ways of protecting our children from their social engineering. Words are vital in this struggle to protect the truth of marriage.