"Roman Catholics on the Anglican-Roman Catholic Dialogue of Canada make a very strong statement indeed about the weakening of the relationship between the two churches if the Anglican Church of Canada allows same-sex marriage ('Roman Catholics weigh in on marriage canon', Sept. 2015, p. 6). The Archbishop of Canterbury [Justin Welby] has also expressed concern over The Episcopal Church's decision to all same-sex marriage. It is interesting to note that a number of our clergy are in same-sex relationships, have married outside the Anglican church and are presiding over Anglican parishes and cathedrals. I have two questions: is it not hypocritical for the Anglican church to ordain gay persons in a relationship, allow them to preside over parishes, but not allow them to marry in an Anglican church ? Secondly, and more importantly, are not faced with a conflict between unity and justice ? .... It seems to me that to accommodate the views and concerns of the Roman Catholic Church and the Archbishop of Canterbury on the basis of unity over justice for homosexuals is wrong".