In , a reporter asked him about a CDF document prohibiting recognition of gay civil unions. Another indication of his casual view of CDF documents was his advice in to a group of liberal religious visiting him from the Caribbean and Latin America. But do not worry. Explain whatever you have to explain, but move forward. Open the doors, do something there where life calls for it. I would rather have a Church that makes mistakes for doing something than one that gets sick for being closed up.
Vatican Bars Gay Union Blessing, Says God ‘Can't Bless Sin'
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Informed sources in Rome told America they believe he was, but they did not wish to be identified since they were not authorized to comment. This is barren soil. Precisely then, in trials and in solitude, while the seed is dying, that is the moment in which life blossoms, to bear ripe fruit in due time. The sources suggested that with his remarks today, Pope Francis appeared to be distancing himself to some extent from the C. Given the controversy that has followed the publication of the C. Jn
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“Gay Unions”: Leftist & Reactionary Catholics vs. Pope & CDF
Pope Francis has said that he thinks same-sex couples should be allowed to have "civil unions". He made the comments, which observers say are his clearest remarks yet on gay relationships, in a documentary directed by Evgeny Afineevsky. Nobody should be thrown out or made miserable over it.
Jump to navigation. Since the Catholic Church forbids celebrating marriage between people of the same sex as a sacrament, some Catholics, and even some bishops, have discussed having a blessing for such couples as an alternative. On March 15, the Congregation for Doctrine of the Faith , the chief doctrinal office in the Vatican, responded to queries about this possibility with a firm no. To sum up, the Vatican is calling on the church to welcome gays "with respect and sensitivity" while at the same time telling priests not to bless their unions.