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Rosemary Palladino

Co-Founder

Stonewall Staten Island

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Staten Island Turns Out for Pride

www.gaycitynews.com [cached]

"I think for our first parade, where we're breaking the ice, it's probably better to have been in this safe kind of area," said Rosemary Palladino, a co-founder of Stonewall Staten Island.


www.silive.com

Rosemary Palladino, a Grasmere attorney, who attends weekly mass with her partner of 38 years, Marianne Brennick, wasn't surprised by the archbishop's stand on the issue of same-sex marriage.
"It would be wonderful to be able to get married in the Catholic Church but I don't expect it, I don't hope for it and I don't need it because we could get married in a civil setting," said Ms. Palladino, who intends to wed but so far has no definite plans. A founder of Staten Island Stonewall, Ms. Palladino questioned why religious groups have involved themselves in the issue of civil marriage for same-sex couples. "I think the whole issue of religious marriage was just an attempt to muddy the waters," Ms. Palladino said. "'It would be wonderful to be able to get married in the Catholic Church but I don't expect it, I don't hope for it and I don't need it because we could get married in a civil setting,' said Ms. Palladino, who intends to wed but so far has no definite plans."


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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. - Rosemary Palladino of Grasmere would like to get married in a Catholic church, but knows it probably won't happen.
Ms. Palladino, an attorney, attends weekly mass with her partner of her partner of 38 years, Marianne Brennick. "It would be wonderful to be able to get married in the Catholic Church but I don't expect it, I don't hope for it and I don't need it because we could get married in a civil setting," said Ms. Palladino, who intends to wed but so far has no definite plans. A founder of Staten Island Stonewall, Ms. Palladino questioned why religious groups have involved themselves in the issue of civil marriage for same-sex couples. "I think the whole issue of religious marriage was just an attempt to muddy the waters," Ms. Palladino said.


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However, Rosemary Palladino, a founder of Staten Island Stonewall, argues, "If you want to be a private parade, then you can't take public money."


www.gaycitynews.com

Pictured (back, l to r) are: the Reverend Pat Bumgardner, pastor of the Metropolitan Community Church/ NY; Doug Wright, Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning playwright and book writer of the musical "Grey Gardens;" James E. Law, a senior financial planner at Ameriprise Financial Services, Inc.; Thompson; Rabbi Ayelet Cohen, Congregation Beth Simchat Torah; (front, l to r) Denny Meyer, president, American Veterans for Equal Rights New York; Rosemary Palladino, co-founder, Staten Island Stonewall; and, Clarence Patton, executive director, New York City Gay & Lesbian Anti-Violence Project.


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