Vatican ‘note’ on anti-homophobia law was a mistake, archbishop says

ROME – In a recent interview, the Vatican’s top official on life issues criticized both a proposed anti-homophobia law in Italy and the Holy See’s resistance to the bill, which he said was poorly written but highlights an important issue Speaking on a recent panel as part of the Bepop! Senza perdere l’amore (Be Pop! Without Losing Love) event happening at Rome’s Nemorense park, Italian Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia acknowledged that hatred and discrimination against those with homosexual orientation is a problem. “That the problem exists is obvious; that it must be fought is even more obvious still,” he said.

Vatican ‘note’ on anti-homophobia law was a mistake, archbishop says

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