from Political News
Writer Barbara Kralis notes in "The Heroic Battle of the United States to Preserve the Sacred Covenant of Marriage, Part IV," that eighteen states currently have constitutional protections for traditional marriage. Texans will vote on a constitutional amendment on Nov. 8. Seven states currently have no statutes or amendments defining marriage as between one man and one woman.
According to Kralis, "If the United States does not heroically battle same-sex marriage rulings, America might eventually define as marriage: polygamy (having more than one wife); polyandry (having more than one husband); polyamory (group marriage); marriage involving normal incest (brother and sister); and same-sex incest. The courts could even be challenged to allow bestial marriage (non-consensual sex between man and animal.) [Reference: Wesley J. Smith, "Horse Sense," The Weekly Standard, August 31, 2005.]
In her article, Mrs. Kralis quotes Dr. Nicolosi's letter to the American Medical Association over its inaccurate statements about homosexuality in its medical encyclopedia. She notes of NARTH and Dr. Nicolosi, "We give thanks to successful reparative or reorientation therapies such as those given by Dr. Joseph Nicolosi, Ph.D. and President of National Association for Research & Therapy of Homosexuality (NARTH) and Director of the Thomas Aquinas Psychological Clinic, Encino, California.
"We must never give up the heroic battle to preserve the sacred covenant of marriage between one man and one woman who cooperate with God in the creation of a new human person, destined for eternal life."
Mrs. Kralis and her husband co-direct the Jesus Through Mary Catholic Foundation in Texas.