Talks held on gay marriage
The leader of Scotland’s Roman Catholics has spoken to Scotland’s first minister by telephone about the controversial issue of same-sex marriage, it was disclosed yesterday.
The Scottish Government said Alex Salmond and Cardinal Keith O’Brien had an “entirely amicable” conversation on Saturday on first-name terms.
The Catholic Church in Scotland opposes same-sex marriage, which the Scottish Government last month announced plans to legalise.
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