Liechtenstein prelate cancels parliamentary Mass over gay marriage bill | Crux

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Archbishop Wolfgang Haas of Lichtenstein. (Credit: Screen capture.)ROME – The New Year is off to a rocky start for parliamentarians in the tiny European nation of Liechtenstein, who are currently in a standoff with the country’s lone Archbishop, Wolfgang Haas, over the recent passage of a bill legalizing same sex marriage.In December, Haas announced via the official bulletin for the Archdiocese of Vaduz that he was cancelling a high-profile Mass, called the “Holy Spirit” service, which is traditionally held at the opening session of parliament, called the Landtag, at the beginning of a new year. The reason for the cancellation was parliamentary support for the country’s “marriage for all” motion.

Liechtenstein prelate cancels parliamentary Mass over gay marriage bill | Crux

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