SCOTUS Ruled A Catholic Foster Group Could Turn Away Same-Sex Couples 1

SCOTUS Ruled A Catholic Foster Group Could Turn Away Same-Sex Couples

 

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SCOTUS Ruled A Catholic Foster Group Could Turn Away Same-Sex Couples

44 comments

  1. So much for separation of church and state. The Catholic church has no business dictating to anyone about anything.

    1. @David kiddo, I looked at some of your past posts, and have come to my own conclusions about who is worthless. Go find a Fox News video to comment on.

  2. Separation of church and state, but which should be dominant? The state should be. Discrimination shouldn’t be allowed based on religion. Any “religion” that does shouldn’t be taken seriously and I guess that’s all of them.

    1. @Charles Lewis Tell that to your catholic abusive priests, which you prefer to protect over your kids

    2. @Anthony Craig children should not be indoctrinated in neither religious nor other ideology. let children keep their innocence and let them be children as they are.

    3. You can say that, but you can’t do that. That’s the beauty of living in a country that protects religious liberty

  3. The Supreme Court should be renamed the Catholic Supreme Court. Did you think they would consider otherwise?

  4. The hypocritical irony of a church known for pounding altar boys like drums having an adoption service that refuses to place children in LGBT homes.

    1. It’s hiLARious! Someone inform me please, why are Catholic organizations allowed to decide ANYTHING to do with children?

  5. When you bases your decision on a 2000 year old Bronze Age myth, the outcome is never correct.

    1. @David Lemme explain things for you, as nice an easy as I can. A, Darwin has only ever been proven correct, again and again.
      B, Evolution isn’t some theory, it’s a literal proven fact, every living thing currently on this planet evolved to be the way it is, for survival, this is called adapting. C, there isn’t an “understanding god” there is only “being crazy enough to believe anything” aka gullible.

    2. @Lex Ruptor …You have no proof that the supernatural doesn’t exist. Barring such proof, your sanctimony is misplaced and ignorant af.

    3. @David Doesn’t matter where morals come from. The issue is whether and to what extent individual’s possess them and put them into practice. Practically speaking, the Catholic Church is a bastion of immorality in the manner in which it has protected pedophile priests and allowed the sexual abuse of children to flourish.

  6. After all the little boys the Catholic Church are so fond of you would think they have some shame.

  7. Since when is “several hundred pages long” a big book.

    It is a big book, though. 928 pages long.

  8. far far better to have children in Church foster/group homes where they can be abused at will which the church governing bodies avoided at all cost

  9. Sorry little Suzie. You cannot go to your new forever home to be coddled indefinitely and have the graces of 2 parents when you marry a nice man.
    Gid forbid.

    1. Scotus cannot make laws about a church. Its in the constituion. See the constitution protects religion but nothing protects the constitution from religions.

    1. I doubt they’d have a good life of their adoptive parents encouraged them to get mutilated and take hormonal therapy pills at age 7.

  10. Scotus cannot make laws about a church. Its in the constituion. See the constitution protects religion but nothing protects the constitution from religions.

    1. Yes it did. And the decision was UNANIMOUS. The city of Philadelphia can’t cancel a preestablished, legally binding contract because it doesn’t agree with CSS’s religious views.

    2. The Constitution absolutely prevailed here. Protection of religious liberty is a cornerstone philosophy!

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