This man here, the Most Reverend (we’ll be the judge of that) Vincent Nichols, the most senior member of the Catholic church in England and Wales (which isn’t saying much) yesterday officiated over some spells to ‘celebrate marriage’ in Westminster Cathedral where 500 suckers of a heterosexual tendency turned up to ‘reaffirm their vows’. Not one of those 500 had ever had sex outside of marriage. Not one. Quite impressive, isn’t it?
And he took the opportunity of such a festival of heterosexuality to put the boot into the idea of gay marriage. Just for a change, like.
‘Today marriage is sometimes thought of, and presented, without any reference to children at all,’ he said, obviously referring to those straight people who get married when they are too old to have children, like Prince Charles and Camilla, or those who willfully marry in the knowledge that they cannot have children.
‘Today sexual activity is often approved and even promoted separated entirely from marriage,’ he went on (and on and on). You bet it is, sister! Bring on the cock!
No mention was made, however, of the fact that Catholic priests, having sworn themselves to a life of celibacy, often take out their sexual frustrations on children in their charge by raping them. Just saying.
The leader of the Catholic Church in England and Wales says gay marriage will have 'damaging consequences' on society. ,