“Marriage between a man and a woman was established by God, and no earthly court can alter that”

Those in the title are the words of Bobby Jindal only hours after the scandalous Obergefell vs Hodges decision. The link is here 

I do not think Mr Jindal’s campaign will go very far. But I can only praise a man who, in the current tsunami of perverted wannabe feel-good feelings, has the guts to say a couple of things right. 

I am also curious to see how the like of Mr Santorum will now try (perhaps not just now, but very soon), to let you forget the topic and use arguments like “oh well, it’s decided now, we must accept the fait accompli”.

In the battle before us, some brave voices are already being heard. 

Marriage between a man and a woman was established by God. Don’t let any pervert, or his friend, tell you otherwise. 


Posted on June 28, 2015, in Traditional Catholicism. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. Asked by the Free Press about Catholics who publicly advocate for gay marriage and receive Communion, Vigneron said Sunday: “For a Catholic to receive holy Communion and still deny the revelation Christ entrusted to the church is to try to say two contradictory things at once: ‘I believe the church offers the saving truth of Jesus, and I reject what the church teaches.’ In effect, they would contradict themselves. This sort of behavior would result in publicly renouncing one’s integrity and logically bring shame for a double-dealing that is not unlike perjury.”

    Vigneron said the church wants to help Catholics “avoid this personal disaster.”


    • Thanks, Athanasius.
      You may want to think of changing your blog’s name in “contra mundum”, which is the accusative of “mundus, mundi” (second, masculine).

  2. I support Bobby Jindal. He is a convert from Hinduism. He is young, intelligent and the perfect presidential candidate. Pray for Bobby Jindal.

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