Pope Francis, the head of the Catholic Church, has criticised laws that criminalise homosexuality as “unjust,” claiming God loves all his children just as they are.
The pope made his stance clear during an exclusive interview with some of the Press team on Tuesday.
“Being homosexual isn’t a crime,” Pope Francis stated and called on Catholic bishops who endorse the anti-gay laws to welcome LGBTQ people into the catholic church.
Pope Francis during the interview with the press acknowledged that some Catholic bishops in parts of the world endorse anti-gay laws that simply criminalise homosexuality or discriminate against the LGBTQ community, and he himself (Francis) referred to the endorsement as “sin.”
He also attributed such attitudes to people’s cultural backgrounds, and stated bishops in particular need to undergo a process of change in order to recognise the dignity, desire of everyone in the world.
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