Tuesday, July 14, 2009

The Vatican vs. Gertrude Stein (Part XXII)

THE VATICAN: It is becoming a social and even economic necessity once more to hold up to future generations the beauty of marriage and the family, and the fact that these institutions correspond to the deepest needs and dignity of the person. In view of this, States are called to enact policies promoting the centrality and the integrity of the family founded on marriage between a man and a woman, the primary vital cell of society, and to assume responsibility for its economic and fiscal needs, while respecting its essentially relational character.

GERTRUDE STEIN: There is no pope.


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