Scotland's health secretary has met with a Catholic bishop to discuss his concerns on proposals to legalise same-sex marriage.
Nicola Sturgeon's meeting with the Bishop of Paisley, Philip Tartaglia, took place in Edinburgh.
The government is holding a 14-week consultation asking if marriage should be allowed for gay people through a civil or religious ceremony.
Ms Sturgeon said all views on the matter would be listened to.
Currently same-sex couples can have a civil partnership carrying full legal rights, but the ceremony cannot be conducted in a church or other religious premises.
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