From this link. The original is in French.
The European Convention on Human Rights does not require member states’ governments to grant same-sex couples access to marriage.
The European Court of Human Rights repeated this ruling in the case of Gas and Dubois v. France, a judgment decided last week in Strasburg involving a french lesbian couple in a civil union.
The lesbian couple was refused the simple adoption procedure that allows a non-parent spouse to adopt a child of his or her spouse under French law. The French Appeals Court in Versailles decided that simple adoption was only available for married couples. The lesbian couple claimed this was discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and a violation of their right to respect of their family and private life under articles 14 and 8 of the European Convention for Human Rights respectively.
The European Court of Human Rights decided that this was not an instance of discrimination, nor of the violation of the right to respect of one’s family and private life because there is no right to gay marriage under the European Convention for Human Rights, as the court previously decided in Schalk and Kopf v. Austria in 2010.
Let me repeat this again.
The Church loves everyone! Even if you have homosexual tendencies.
What the Church abhors are homosexual sexual acts, co-habitation and a redefinition of what marriage is all about.
Ok, get that.
Now, if you have priests still talking about the rights of homosexuals, you'd better think twice calling them "Father".
Yeah, bad joke.