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Gay and Homosexuality isn’t a crime – Pope Francis call on Catholic to welcome LGBTQ

Gay and Homosexuality isn’t a crime - Pope France call on Catholic to welcome LGBTQ

Pope Francis has recently made a statement calling for the decriminalization of homosexuality worldwide. This statement has caused quite a stir within the LGBTQ community, as well as among those who support the decriminalization of homosexuality.

Pope Francis has declared such laws as “unjust” and believes that the Catholic Church should work to put an end to them.

This statement by Pope Francis is significant as it marks a change in the Catholic Church’s stance on homosexuality. Historically, the Catholic Church has viewed homosexuality as a sin and has not been supportive of the LGBTQ community.

However, Pope Francis has been known for his more progressive views on LGBTQ issues, and this statement is in line with his overall approach to LGBTQ people and his belief that the Catholic Church should welcome everyone and not discriminate.

Pope Francis has also criticized laws that criminalize homosexuality as “unjust”, stating that God loves all his children just as they are. He called on Catholic bishops who support these laws to welcome LGBTQ people into the church and urged them to have a process of conversion and apply “tenderness, please, as God has for each one of us.” He believes that the Church should be a place of acceptance and inclusivity for all individuals, regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.

The LGBTQ community has welcomed Pope Francis’ statement as a step forward for their rights and acceptance. Many have hailed it as a milestone, as it is the first time a Pope has spoken about such laws. It is a clear indication that the Catholic Church is moving towards a more inclusive and accepting approach towards the LGBTQ community.

It’s important to note that the Pope’s statement is not a change in the Church’s doctrine, but rather a call for the decriminalization of homosexuality and a call for the Church to be more welcoming to LGBTQ people.

Nevertheless, this statement is a step in the right direction and a sign of hope for the LGBTQ community. The Pope’s call for the decriminalization of homosexuality worldwide is a call for the protection of human rights and dignity of all individuals.

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