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An Anglican church in England is planning to ban gay marriage in England, after calling it “unnecessary and unnatural”.

The Church of England’s General Synod voted on Wednesday to reject a campaign to call for a marriage equality vote 더킹카지노in Wales, according to the Observer newspaper.

The decision will also deny the Church of England’s approval of another same-sex marriage bill before its publication next month.

The decision was made despite a “decade-long campaign” by the Church to avoid the issue in England, the paper reported.

An online petition calling for such a vote had garnered nearly 4,300 signatures from June.

Its signatories included members of the Church of England, including Bishop of York John Sentamu and archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby.

Last month, Archbishop Welby announced that the Church of England would change its policy on gay marriage, “in accordance with modern teaching, consistent with Church law and consistent with the views of the majority of people in Britain”.

An archbishop told a meeting of bishops in December that, “the Church can no longer be a party to marriage legislation that allows same-sex couples to be civil partners, in the same way that marrie우리카지노d couples are not permitted to be in civil partnerships”.

In June, the Archbishop of Canterbury published an editorial calling for more than 1,000 people, including clergy, and their supporters to joi바카라n the campaign to force a vote to legalise same-sex marriage across England in a letter to bishops published in the Catholic newspaper L’Osservatore Romano.

Bishop Welby said that the Church would “defend the principle that the institution of marriage is for the sole benefit of one man and one woman in a committed relationship which is supported by love, fidelity, chastity and respect”.