Pope Francis: Marriage shows “the reciprocity of differences”

Marchers unite for marriage

Rich Santorum: Traditional marriage advocates ‘need to fight back’

Huckabee: History only has one view of marriage; ‘personal passions’ behind redefinition

Why we march for marriage

Proponents of traditional marriage Sam Rohrer, Rick Santorum among speakers at Washington rally

The thought police have arrived

Plea to stop Oregon same-sex marriages

NOM files for emergency stay of federal court proceedings in Oregon same-sex marriage case

Marriage group stymied in Oregon challenge

Marriage and social conservatives win big in Indiana primaries

Eyes will be on Iowa as political visitors arrive | The Californian

U.S. media cheers for same-sex marriage: Study

Pro-Marriage Group Claims IRS Leaked Records to Hurt Romney

Take Action: Thousands to March for God’s Design for Marriage

Make Your Voice Heard for Marriage | Ryan T. Anderson at Heritage Foundation

‘March for Marriage’ to Hit Washington on Mar. 26

National Organization for Marriage files amicus brief in United States v. Windsor

Smallest State Is Big Marriage Battleground

GOP mute as Supreme Court tackles marriage

“Same-Sex Marriage Opponents Find a New Fight” | The Atlantic

    The Atlantic: “The United States is, perhaps other than India, maybe, the most religiously diverse country in the world,” said Rassbach. “It’s a recipe for societal strife to force people to try to conform to a particular ideal.” Despite Americans’ evolving views on marriage and the increasing legal recognition of marriage equality, the strife around the definition of marriage isn’t going anywhere. “Do you really think that we’re going to be quiet and go away?” Brown said. “Just because the state says it’s so, we’re never going to accept it.”


  • Posted: 11/14/2012
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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The National Organization for Marriage responds to election night defeats

SCOTUS refuses to hear NOM’s challenge to Maine donor disclosure rules

Chick-fil-A says leave “same-sex marriage” to the government? Backlash to follow outpouring?

Powerful marriage video prompts attacks on Alliance Defending Freedom and allies as “hate groups”

Disputed parenting study introduced in court case challenging DOMA

Pioneer Press: “Marriage amendment stance not hurting General Mills’ sales”

Maggie Gallagher on Blankenhorn’s Same-Sex Marriage ‘Conversion’

Maggie Gallagher: “Bigotry, David Blankenhorn, and the Future of Marriage”

Minnesota CEO rallying fellow execs to publicly oppose marriage amendment

Hold Breakfast: General Mills Opposes Minnesota Marriage Amendment

Maggie Gallagher’s New Book: Debating Same-Sex Marriage, NOM Marriage News

    National Organization for Marriage: Maggie says, “My jaw drops when I read and reread this sentence.” (Mine too!) You cannot simply take the woman out of the wedding and proceed as if nothing significant has been removed. Take the woman out of the wedding, and you take out the link between the generations, the sense that in the moment we stand at the crossroads of history, that we are in this couples’ act of marriage recreating that moment from which we come, while forging a link to the future. Marriage is the key link in the great chain of being. That is what you lose when you take the woman out of the wedding.


  • Posted: 06/07/2012
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  • Category: Marriage & Family
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Morning Meme: Amendment One Passes, You Can Win a Date With Parker Young, and Johnny Depp Names His Willy Wonka Inspiration | AfterElton

Brian Raum: In Defense of the National Organization For Marriage

National Organization for Marriage Demands Criminal Investigation: Stolen Tax Return Came From the IRS

Bishop George McKinney: The black church’s respect for marriage deserves respect from the media

NOM backs “Dump Starbucks” boycott for supporting marriage redefinition

NH legislator proposes public vote on marriage definition

U.S. Supreme Court rejects National Organization for Marriage lawsuit in Maine