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July 30, 2013 6:29 am

Pope Francis Says He Won’t ‘Judge’ Gay Priests

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USA Today – Pope Francis said Monday that he won’t “judge” gay priests, which Vatican analysts say may be the opening for a more conciliatory attitude toward gay members of the church.

“What is important here is the way the Holy Father was willing to discuss all topics in an open dialogue,” said Alistair Sear, a priest and church historian.

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  • IMorty

    The Church has a duty both morally and legally to protect the children from being sexually assaulted the fact that over 10,000 boys have been sexually abused by gay priest is sickening, just like a child molester hangs around places children frequent in order to find his victims, many Gay men have become priest to use the Church as their supply of young innocent boys, its a secret society protecting its members and a very powerful one at that, so while I get the whole personal Judgment thing, protecting the children and prosecuting the criminals priest or not must be the Churches 1st priority.

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