Wednesday, January 18, 2012

Bishop: Italy Should Recognize Homosexual Couples

RAGUSA, Italy,-- A Catholic bishop in Sicily broke with the Vatican to declare that the Italian government should recognize same-sex unions.

Paolo Urso, bishop of the Sicilian city of Ragusa said homosexual couples should be legally recognized, ANSA reported.

"When two people, even if they're the same sex, decide to live together, it's important for the State to recognize this fact," he was quoted as saying. "But it must be called something different from marriage."


  1. Where did you get this information? Is there a link to this (I pray, untrue story)?

  2. Dear Long-Skirts,

    Here is one of several articles from a Google search;

    In Christ,
    Mark S.

  3. The silence from Rome on this matter is deafening.

  4. Just Google "Paolo Urso, bishop of the Sicilian city of Ragusa" and you will find dozens of references.