Pope Francis has made his clearest remarks yet on gay relationships, saying they should be legally protected in the form of a civil union. Photo: EPA-EFE Pope Francis has made his clearest remarks yet on gay relationships, saying they should be legally protected in the form of a civil union. Photo: EPA-EFE
Pope Francis has made his clearest remarks yet on gay relationships, saying they should be legally protected in the form of a civil union. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Catholic Church slowly moves in the right direction on same-sex relationships

  • Pope Francis has made his clearest remarks yet on gay relationships, saying they should be legally protected in the form of a civil union. While this should not be confused with recognising same-sex marriages, critics cannot deny that progress has been made

Pope Francis has made his clearest remarks yet on gay relationships, saying they should be legally protected in the form of a civil union. Photo: EPA-EFE Pope Francis has made his clearest remarks yet on gay relationships, saying they should be legally protected in the form of a civil union. Photo: EPA-EFE
Pope Francis has made his clearest remarks yet on gay relationships, saying they should be legally protected in the form of a civil union. Photo: EPA-EFE
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