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Latest update : 2013-01-08

France split over gay marriage

Same-sex marriage is already a hot button issue. Add to the mix whether it's OK to discuss homosexuality in Catholic schools, and swords are drawn between France’s ruling Socialists and the Church.

  • Jean DUCHESNE. Special advisor to the Archbishop of Paris;
  • Judith HAMERY. American Section teacher, Lycée International de Saint-Germain-en-Laye;
  • Judith SILBERFELD. Editor-in-Chief, YAGG Magazine;
  • Anne-Elisabeth MOUTET. Columnist, The Sunday Telegraph.

Produced by Anelise Borges, François Picard, Mary Colombel and Christopher Davis.

Watch the second part here.

By Anelise Borges

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2015-05-21 Ireland

Will Ireland Say "I Do"? Gay Marriage Referendum Challenges Catholic Values (part 1)

Ireland could become the first country to approve gay marriage by referendum. Friday's vote is being seen as pitting the secular-minded younger generation against the established...

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2015-05-21 Gay marriage

Will Ireland Say "I Do"? Gay Marriage Referendum Challenges Catholic Values (part 2)

Ireland could become the first country to approve gay marriage by referendum. Friday's vote is being seen as pitting the secular-minded younger generation against the established...

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2015-05-20 climate change

Addicted to oil: The cost of changing our energy policies (part 2)

What does it take to make us change our ways with regard to climate change? The last major climate change summit in Copenhagen in 2009 ended in failure, with few consequences for...

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2015-05-20 climate change

Addicted to oil: The cost of changing our energy policies (part 1)

What does it take to make us change our ways with regard to climate change? The last major climate change summit in Copenhagen in 2009 ended in failure, with few consequences for...

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2015-05-19 migrants

Cast adrift: Who's going to save South Asia’s boat people? (part 2)

Whose job is it to save those desperate enough to set out on the high seas? In southeast Asia, an estimated 4,000 men, women and children from Burma and Bangladesh drift in boats...

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