South African bishop says parliament's approval of homosexual unions doesn't make it ok

.- South Africa’s parliament has approved gay unions, making that country the first in Africa to pass such a law.
Last August the South African government had approved the measure and now only the approval of the National Council of Provinces is needed for it to become law.
Before the measure was approved, Cardinal Wilfrid Napier, president of the Bishops’ Conference of South Africa, told the Daily News, “Something that is morally incorrect does not become morally correct just because it is legalized.”
The cardinal said the law is an attack on democracy as it is quite obvious that “such types of measures are overwhelmingly opposed in all of South Africa.”

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