The proper term “Matrimony” has only ONE definition

The name of the seventh sacrament of the Catholic Church is Matrimony.

The definition of the word “matrimony” is derived from the fact that the principal object which a female should propose to herself in marriage is to become a mother; or from the fact that to a mother it belongs to conceive, bring forth and train her offspring.

There’s no room here for anything other than a purely heterosexual orientation.

If homosexuals feel as though they need some sort of purely civil, legal framework in order to formalize their seriously disordered personal arrangements, they ought to be able to come up with a proper and specific name for it, rather than attempting to misappropriate and misapply that which is sacred.

Something that would look good on a certificate … ensconced perhaps … in an expensive, designer frame!

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