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will the judge order a priest to perform a wedding ceremony for a gay couple?

Posted on | December 10, 2013 | 6 Comments

a judge in Colorado ordered a baker to serve gay couples and produce wedding cakes for them, even though it is against the religious believes of the baker and even though gay marriages are banned in Colorado.

What if tomorrow a priest will refuse to perform a gay ceremony? Will a priest be forced to do so by a judge or will he face penalties and jail for refusing to follow the order of the judge?

What if a Muslim family asks a baker to make a cake for a man and four women getting married, because according to muslim religion a man can marry 4 wives?

Are there situations like these in California and other states? If there are, please, contact me at 949-683-5411 or orly.taitz@hushmail.com

Judge Orders Wedding Cake Baker To Serve Gay Couples…

this needs to be heard by juries of our piers and not by judges who are often politically motivated and do not really represent the people of this nation. we have a judicial tyranny which propes the regime. It is time for the public to regain its’ voice



6 Responses to “will the judge order a priest to perform a wedding ceremony for a gay couple?”

  1. Rich
    December 10th, 2013 @ 8:47 am

    Will a priest die before he consents to do it and will the democrats execute him?

  2. Bud
    December 10th, 2013 @ 11:25 am
  3. will
    December 10th, 2013 @ 11:26 am

    i wonder if this baker belongs to a chrurch.. if so let them gather at the courthouse and demand the judge leave he bench.. that bastard has no right making such judgements..

    if that dont work .. let them go to the bakery the day the cake is due and block access to the door for that queer couple..

    its time WE FIND OUT WE ALSO HAVE RIGHTS.. and do it with an armed militia if necessary

  4. DavidL
    December 10th, 2013 @ 12:06 pm

    The Catholic Church does not recognize gay marriage, so there is no such thing as a wedding ceremony for a gay couple.

    This is the same thing as a judge ordering a doctor to perform abortions on men. No such procedure exists so a doctor will never need to worry about being ordered to perform an abortion on a man.

  5. will
    December 10th, 2013 @ 2:12 pm

    davidl… while what yu say may sound true.. with the govt there is no such thing..

    i seem to remember a while back where one person sued the catholic chruch because someone wanted the priest to forgive his sins or some such nonsense and he refused.. the COURT ORDERED THE PRIEST TO HEAR HIS CONFESSION…

    if i remembe right the guy was gay and living that way

  6. DavidL
    December 10th, 2013 @ 7:34 pm

    Will, the priest is obligated by his oath to God to hear confessions. If he refused to hear a confession, then he should have been sued.

    Also a priest does not forgive sins. Only God, and any person who was directly affected can forgive. If I stole from you, then you can choose to forgive me. If you don’t, you don’t and that is your business. A priest will never say he forgives sins. He will say that God forgives him, or he will say that one must make restitution before he can be forgiven.

    BTW, I am a product of 12 years of private Catholic schooling — can you tell? :)

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