New Mexico’s bishops oppose domestic partnership legislation
Catholic World News - January 20, 2010
New Mexico’s bishops are opposing an effort by Gov. Bill Richardson, a Catholic, to create domestic partnerships for homosexual couples. “The bishops are instructed by Catholic teachings not to give any ground that would lead to same-sex marriage,” said Allen Sanchez, executive director of the New Mexico Conference of Catholic Bishops
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