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Dear Member of the Northern Ireland Assembly,
INVITATION TO A PRESENTATION:
“WHY WE SHOULD NOT CHANGE THE DEFINITION OF MARRIAGE”
Stormont Hotel, Belfast
Wednesday 24 April at 4pm
CATHOLIC COUNCIL ON SOCIAL AFFAIRS
In anticipation of the debate on the forthcoming Sinn Fein motion calling for “legislation to allow for same-sex marriage”, you are cordially invited to a short presentation entitled “Why we should not change the definition of marriage”, sponsored by the Catholic Council on Social Affairs.
The presentation will be given by Mr David Quinn, a leading social and religious affairs commentator and director of the Iona Institute, who was one of those who argued in favour of the established definition of marriage at the recent Constitutional Convention debate in Dublin. There will be an opportunity for questions following the short twenty minute presentation.
The presentation will take place tomorrow, Wednesday 24 April, at 4pm (for 4.15 pm) in the Stormont Hotel, Belfast. Tea/Coffee will be available on arrival.
In the interest of an informed and balanced debate on this issue of fundamental importance to the future of marriage and the family, I hope you will be able to attend. We expect the event, including presentation and questions, to last approximately 45 minutes.
The Catholic Council on Social Affairs is the advisory body to the Catholic Bishops of Northern Ireland on social and political affairs. It is chaired by Cardinal Seán Brady. The deputy chair is Most Rev. Noel Treanor, Bishop of Down & Connor.
Thank you for taking time to consider this invitation.
With every good wish for your important work on behalf of all in our
Fr Timothy Bartlett
Catholic Council on Social Affairs
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