Another evil ruling by another court that places its preferences above that of the legislature and the people of Florida. There's a word for that: it's tyranny.
Of course that’s what it means. They’ve already closed down Catholic adoption services in Boston and San Francisco; tragic, though it sure was good to see the tremendous outpouring of support from the other churches. :o/
That’s why Catholic Charities in MA stopped Adoption services. I have three cousins who came from CC. What part of the Constitution entitles any citizen the right to other people’s children? Women give up their babies to CC because they want their child to have a family that looks like Jesus, Mar and Joseph. If they wanted their child to have no father at home, she already had that. If she wanted her baby to just have a mother, well she had that too.
Yes, it is. The court considered the pro/con of homo adoption as if the three blackrobes were legislators. They substituted their opinion for that of the FL legislature. It is tyranny. To usurp the powers of another branch of government is grounds for impeachment. D@amn 'em all.
Mandated Homosexual Adoptions Forces Catholic Church to Quit Adoption Agencies in England
Cardinal says its adoption agencies ‘cannot remain Catholic and conform to the Sexual Orientation Regulations”
WESTMINSTER, May 26, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Under the leadership of Cormac Cardinal Murphy O’Connor, the Catholic Church in England has recently disaffiliated itself from three of the country’s largest adoption agencies. The Church stated that its adoption agencies ‘cannot remain Catholic and conform to the Sexual Orientation Regulations.”
In an effort to put an end to discrimination against same-sex couples, the British Government released an official statement in 2007 declaring that all adoption agencies must allow same-sex couples to adopt children with equal consideration, regardless of the sexual orientation of the adopting couple. At the time of the statement, Tony Blair and his cabinet gave a 21-month “delay” as a “sensible compromise” to allow Churches to adjust their respective protocols to become more ‘tolerant’ of same-sex couple adoption.
This past week, the Church in England cut ties with the Surrey-based Catholic Children’s Society; one of the country’s largest adoption agencies, with operations covering much of the south-eastern region of the country. As well, the dioceses of Northampton and the diocese of Nottingham have ended their involvement in all adoption agencies in their respective locales. There remain ten other adoption agencies in Britain and Wales whose decisions are due to be released in the coming weeks as the 21-month period comes to a close.