Greek Orthodox diocese encourages protests against Gay Pride parade
CWN - June 25, 2012
Greek Orthodox officials in Thessalonika decried plans for a Gay Pride march, and encouraged residents to join in protests of the event this past weekend.
Calling the event “unacceptable for the morals and traditions of this city,” the Orthodox diocese noted with approval that many local citizens “will react intensely to such an immoral parade.”
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