Marriage for Gay Couples: Faiths’ Views are Wide-ranging

The Stamford Advocate
May 11, 2009
With the Roman Catholic Church fighting hard for a provision exempting religious organizations that oppose marriage equality from the requirements of the law, the media often painted a picture of a black-and-white debate between marriage equality advocates and the religious opposition. In fact, the spectrum of positions on same-sex marriage within Christian and Jewish denominations in the state is much more nuanced and wide-ranging. [link]