By Patricia Maresch, Senior Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Days after the Supreme Court voted in favor of allowing same-sex couples many of the same legal rights as married couples, the Evangelical Church says it wants to have the legal right to prohibit same-sex marriage ceremonies. The Supreme Court voted ten to zero to recognize same-sex unions, which will allow gay couples in Brazil to share inheritances, pensions, and health plans, as well as the adoption of children and a legal route to divide belongings after a separation.
The ruling, however, stopped short of legalizing gay . . .