In a new papal interview, Pope Francis cast doubt on the Catholic teaching prohibiting practicing homosexuals and the divorced and ‘re-married’ from Holy Communion.
In an interview granted to Argentinian news outlet infobae, Pope Francis has issued fresh confusing comments on homosexuality and the divorced and “re-married,” appearing to state that such individuals can receive Holy Communion without clarification.
The newly released interview was to mark the Pontiff’s 10-year anniversary upon ascending the papal throne, and forms one of many such initiatives which are taking place currently to mark the occasion.
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Given the Pope’s regular comments regarding homosexuality, which have caused confusion for some time, infobae asked the Pontiff about the reception of Holy Communion for homosexuals. “Leaving aside the choice or sexual preference, a person who has complied with the rest of what the Church mandates, would he be able to receive Communion?,” asked the news outlet.
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