Spanish Church may be Deconsecrated after Simulated Homosexual ‘Marriage’ Ceremony


 
A Catholic church near the Spanish capital may be subject to deconsecration after a simulated homosexual “wedding” was held there.

The sacrilegious wedding-like ceremony took place in a private Catholic chapel, part of the Finca El Campillo, a palace residence in the Spanish town of El Escorial.

Fr. Florentino de Andrés, a parish priest in El Escorial, told the Spanish-language outlet ACI Presna that he had no prior knowledge of the event. He said that he would talk to the property owners, and if the reports of what happened were correct, he would demand that the chapel be deconsecrated.

Video footage of the event that took place on February 24 shows the chapel filled with guests who applaud two men in formal attire exiting the church while holding hands. The scene looked like the end of a marriage ceremony typically seen during the celebration of the Sacrament of Matrimony, usually before or within a Catholic Mass.

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