Charlie Condou, the homosexual actor in Coronation Street, has written an article for The Guardian in which he asserts that the Churchs’ opt out of same-sex marriage must be removed in the name of ‘Equality’:
There remains the problem of the opt-out: individual churches can “opt out” of gay marriage on grounds of religious “conscience”. Does this mean that if we get married, we are going to have to shop our equal love around to various churches until we find a priest who is willing to allow it to be equal? That isn’t really equal, is it?
Although there are many within the Church of England who are open-minded about gay marriage, it has officially been fighting gay marriage every step of the way. This contest between religious and civil rights will be a serious test of governmental conviction on both sides of the Atlantic. But we feel more confident now that both Cameron and Obama are on our side, two of the biggest boys in the playground. Go get em lads!
Protect the Pope comment:It didn’t take the gay activists long did it! Only three days after the vote for same-sex marriage and they have started the campaign to have the quadruple locks removed. The obvious implications of Condou’s ‘Go get em lads!’ is that he expects Cameron and Obama to force the Churches and their ministers to conduct same-sex marriages. It’s amazing how uninformed individuals, such as Charlie Condou over-estimate the power of the State over the Church. The Catholic Church, and her ministers, will never conduct same-sex marriages. Never.