Connecticut Catholic diocese allows openly gay judge as St. Patrick's Parade grand marshal
Life Site News is reporting:
BRIDGEPORT, Connecticut -- Another U.S. city has officially introduced open homosexuality into its St. Patrick's Day parade. And again, the Catholic diocese is continuing to stand by the parade.
The committee for the Stamford, Connecticut, parade announced its choice of state Supreme Court Justice Andrew McDonald as its 2016 grand marshal November 22.
McDonald is openly gay, his biography on the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch Website closing with the statement, "Justice McDonald and his husband, Charles, live in Stamford."
The local Catholic diocese has indicated it has no issue with the move to have the openly homosexual judge lead the parade, according to the local news outlet the Stamford Advocate.