The third edition of this perennial favourite has just dropped through the letter boxes of Anglican clergy in England and Wales. It’s an update in the light of the new rules for who can (and still can’t) get married in a Church of England building and the recent developments with civil partnerships.
Of interest to . . . → Read More: Anglican Marriage – A Guide to the Law
For the record, I would have got them all right in seconds…
H/T, the wonderful Blogtor Who
Back from Austria and regretting the fact I live in Britain and miss out on all the best Euro-pop. This summer, the radio in the car was full of this (from 2003 but being played constantly at the moment in Austria).
The original is from the mid-80s and sung by Nena (her of 99 . . . → Read More: Irgendwo, Irgendwie, Irgendwann
Car then plane then car then mountains and lakes and sausages and beer and schnitzel but no noodles. See you in a fortnight.
(Since I’m away, and leaving everything technological behind, I won’t be able to moderate comments. My apologies if your missive gets caught in the spam trap – I’ll rescue it when . . . → Read More: Off on Holiday…
In case you hadn’t noticed, there was a significant ruling in California yesterday.
A US federal judge has overturned California’s voter-approved ban on same-sex marriage.
The judge found it unconstitutionally discriminated against same-sex couples who sought to wed.
The state measure, known as Proposition 8, was passed by voters in 2008. It banned same-sex marriage, . . . → Read More: Some Thoughts on the Prop 8 Ruling