On Monday, Catholic bishops gathering at the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops' (USCCB) fall gathering in Baltimore launched a new anti-gay marriage website.

MarriageUniqueForAReason.org was described as part of an effort to “promote and defend marriage as the union between one man and one woman”

A video posted at the website features a good-looking child-less heterosexual couple talking about how their bodies complement each other.

“Every time we make love it's like we're making life, we're giving life to one another. It's not just sex. I come alive and there's a sense of forever in that. And I don't think a man can have that any other way,” Josh says in the nearly 13 minute video.

The website uses the video to claim that “True marital union is not possible without sexual difference.”

“This is why sexual difference is essential to marriage. Sexual difference is the necessary starting point for understanding why protecting and promoting marriage as the union of one man and one woman isn't arbitrary or discriminatory. Rather, it's a matter of justice, truth, love and real freedom.”

At their meeting, the bishops also endorsed ballot initiatives in Minnesota and North Carolina that would ban gay marriage in each state.

“In the midst of these various challenges, we continue to be mindful and pray for those efforts seeking to protect the definition of marriage,” Bishop Salvatore J. Cordileone told attendees. “These include the constitutional amendments protecting marriage in Minnesota and North Carolina, the continued effort to do the same in Indiana, Pennsylvania and West Virginia, and efforts to repeal the redefinition of marriage in New Hampshire and Iowa. To all our brother bishops and efforts to protect marriage in these states, thank you for your courage and witness, please count on our continued support and prayers.”