GODLESS IRELAND: CATHOLIC PRIEST VOTES ‘YES’ FOR SAME-SEX MARRIAGE

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Ireland becomes first country to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote!

Ireland has voted for marriage equality becoming the first country in the world to allow same sex marriage after a vote of the people.

The first results are still awaited from constituencies and a formal national declaration in Dublin Castle won’t happen until later this afternoon.

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However, from the tallies the vote was overwhelmingly in favor, and the No campaign has already conceded defeat.

As the tallies started at 9am this morning in most parts of the country the Yes vote was stronger.

Dublin is showing the strongest Yes vote – box after box across the capital showing in excess of 60% and climbing to as much as 80% in some places.

From the tallies it appears not a single box in Dublin bucked the trend and voted No.

A similar picture has emerged from other urban areas across the country – more than 60% Yes in Limerick city.

But even in rural areas many boxes showed a Yes majority – on the Atlantic seaboard in West Clare the parish of Quilty voted 58% Yes.

Donegal – infamous for nearly always going the other way from the rest of the country in referendums – looks like it could pass marriage equality, though some of the more rural parts of the county voted No.

The Western parts of Cork – in the North West and South West constituencies also tend to be the most traditional and conservative – but look set to pass the referendum.

One constituency where it is very very close is Roscommon-South Leitrim – even in boxes like Lecarrow it was a draw – 135 votes for Yes and 135 for No – it is still too early to say how that constituency will vote, but it could be the only one to vote No.

In the border counties of Cavan and Monaghan the referendum looks set to pass with a 52% Yes vote from tallies.

The first formal results are still awaited but could come in the next hour – a final national declaration will not be made until later this afternoon at Dublin Castle.

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Public Dissenter ' Who am I to Judge Bergoglio.

Public Dissenter ‘ Who am I to Judge Bergoglio.

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Cork priest to vote ‘Yes’ in marriage referendum

Fr Tim Hazelwood says he believes gay people deserve the same rights as everyone else.

Fr Apostate Tim Hazelwood, the Catholic parish priest in Killeagh, Co Cork, said that he had thought at length about the matter before concluding that he should vote Yes in the referendum. (!!)

Cork priest has announced that he plans to vote Yes in Friday’s marriage referendum, as he believes gay people are entitled to the same rights as everyone else.

Public dissenter Tim Hazelwood -“I feel that as a country and a church we haven’t treated gay people well and I said that at the end of mass on Sunday when I said I would be voting Yes,” he said.

A qualified psychotherapist, Fr Hazelwood said he had worked with gay people as they struggled to come to terms with their sexuality in difficult situations.

“I would have come across a good few people in that situation, who would be gay and . . . the hurt of just living in Ireland and of listening to attitudes that are very hurtful to them.

“I have listened to the debate and I believe that the issues raised by the No campaign around surrogacy and children are separate issues that can be addressed in other ways.

“But living in today’s world and looking to the future, I just cannot see how as a society we can justify not granting gay and lesbian people the right to marry,” he said.

State matter

Fr Hazelwood, who ministers in the diocese of Cloyne, said that he believed that the issue of same-sex marriage was essentially a matter for the State and not the church to legislate on.

“To my mind it’s a State issue – the church has its own teaching and we can’t expect everyone to fit into our way of looking at things,” he told The Irish Times.

Fr Hazelwood said that he had received a mixed reaction from parishioners when he made his comments at the end of mass on Sunday, but he respected people’s views.

“Some people came and congratulated me, but others would be more orthodox in their views and they felt, firstly, I shouldn’t have done it and secondly, they didn’t agree with me.

“They wouldn’t have been happy with what I said and I understand their views but I just feel strongly about it and I believe all people in Ireland should be treated equally.”

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Public dissenter Tim Hazelwood -“I feel that as a country and a church we haven’t treated gay people well and I said that at the end of mass on Sunday when I said I would be voting Yes,” he said.

“Sacred Scripture itself confirms that sulfur evokes the stench of the flesh, as it speaks of the rain of fire and sulfur poured upon Sodom by the Lord. He had decided to punish Sodom for the crimes of the flesh, and the very type of punishment he chose emphasized the shame of that crime. For sulfur stinks, and fire burns. So it was just that Sodomites, burning with perverse desires arising from the flesh like stench, should perish by fire and sulfur so that through this just punishment they would realize the evil they had committed, led by a perverse desire.”

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The archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin, has described the almost certain Yes final result as a wake-up call for the Catholic church. “This is a social revolution,” he told RTE Television. “The church has a huge task in front of it get its message across to young people … The church needs to do a reality check.” Asked if the church was ill-equipped to deal with these issues, he said: “We tend to think of black and white but most of us live our lives in grey.” The church needed to use the result to harness the energy that has been unleashed in favor of equality for all, the archbishop added.

My position is that of Pope Francis, who, in the debates around same-sex marriage in Argentina, made it very clear that he was against legalizing same-sex marriage, yet he was consistent in telling people not to make judgments on any individual.

Apostate archbishop of Dublin, Diarmuid Martin “The church has a huge task in front of it get its message across to young people … The church needs to do a reality check!”

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Ireland becomes first country to legalize same-sex marriage by popular vote

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