You're probably just joking around. Even so the Church wouldn't approve of those things.
CCC 2105 The duty of offering God genuine worship concerns man both individually and socially. This is "the traditional Catholic teaching on the moral duty of individuals and societies toward the true religion and the one Church of Christ." By constantly evangelizing men, the Church works toward enabling them "to infuse the Christian spirit into the mentality and mores, laws and structures of the communities in which [they] live." The social duty of Christians is to respect and awaken in each man the love of the true and the good. It requires them to make known the worship of the one true religion which subsists in the Catholic and apostolic Church. Christians are called to be the light of the world. Thus, the Church shows forth the kingship of Christ over all creation and in particular over human societies.
And then there is "The Rest of the Story":2106
"Nobody may be forced to act against his convictions, nor is anyone to be restrained from acting in accordance with his conscience in religious matters in private or in public, alone or in association with others, within due limits
This right is based on the very nature of the human person, whose dignity enables him freely to assent to the divine truth which transcends the temporal order. For this reason it "continues to exist even in those who do not live up to their obligation of seeking the truth and adhering to it."352107
"If because of the circumstances of a particular people special civil recognition is given to one religious community in the constitutional organization of a state, the right of all citizens and religious communities to religious freedom must be recognized and respected as well
2108 The right to religious liberty is neither a moral license to adhere to error, nor a supposed right to error,37
but rather a natural right of the human person to civil liberty, i.e., immunity, within just limits, from external constraint in religious matters by political authorities. This natural right ought to be acknowledged in the juridical order of society in such a way that it constitutes a civil right.38
The right to religious liberty can of itself be neither unlimited nor limited only by a "public order" conceived in a positivist or naturalist manner.39 The "due limits" which are inherent in it must be determined for each social situation by political prudence, according to the requirements of the common good, and ratified by the civil authority in accordance with "legal principles which are in conformity with the objective moral order
Catholics have to defer to the will of the majority and political realities of what principles are understood by society as being for the common good and what is the objective moral order. In other words, religions may choose to define what a marriage is (or isn't), teach it's people accordingly, and work to charitably change the public majority opinion. The religion can insist on the government recognizing the 'Religious Marriage' in the civil context, but it's a two edged sword when you read 2107, that other religions have the same right to be recognized.
What dUSt is saying, is the Government should not be allowed to tell the religion what a 'Religious Marriage' is or isn't, but the religions can ask the Government to recognize the 'Religiouis Marriage' in the civil context.