Friday, June 29, 2007
STATING WHAT THE CHURCH TEACHES ILLEGAL IN BELGIUM
Belgian homosexual activists have brought charges against Mgr André-Mutien Léonard, the Roman-Catholic bishop of Namur, for homophobia, a criminal offence in Belgium according to the country’s 2003 Anti-Discrimination Act. In an interview last April in the Walloon weekly Télé Moustique, the bishop is said to have described homosexuals as “abnormal” people.
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Hat tip to NOR.