Norway’s Lutheran church approves same-sex marriage
April 14, 2016
The Church of Norway-- the Lutheran body to which nearly three-quarters of Norwegians belong-- has approved church weddings for homosexual couples.
Same-sex marriage became part of Norwegian civil law since 2009, but the Church of Norway rejected ecclesiastical same-sex weddings as recently as 2014.
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- Norway's Lutheran church votes in favor of same-sex marriage (Reuters)
- Norway to allow gay church weddings (The Local)
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