The Supreme Court says that gay marriage is now a right. So, is that the end of this controversy?

If five judges on the Supreme Court have pronounced, in a breathtaking presumption of power, that all fifty states must redefine marriage, what does that mean for the countless institutions within our civil society – churches and synagogues, charities and adoption agencies, counseling services and religiously affiliated schools – that are made up of American citizens who believe marriage is the union of one man and one woman?