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  • The pope's moral confusion: He should be applauded for his pro-LBGT remarks — but he didn't go far enough - Salon

    The pope's moral confusion: He should be applauded for his pro-LBGT remarks — but he didn't go far enough - Salon;

    The pope's moral confusion: He should be applauded for his pro-LBGT remarks — EnlargePope Francis waves to the crowd as he arrives for his weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican, Wednesday, May 18, 2016. (AP Photo/Alessandra ...and more »

  • Pope Francis, most liberal Catholic leader ever? - Times of India

    Pope Francis, most liberal Catholic leader ever? - Times of India;

    NEW DELHI: Pope Francis on Sunday stunned the international community when he said that Christians and the Catholic Church should seek. BACKGROUND X. Pope says Church should ask gay community for forgiveness for past treatment. Highlights.and more »

  • Pope says Christians should apologize to gay people - CNN

    Pope says Christians should apologize to gay people - CNN;

    Aboard the Papal Plane (CNN) Pope Francis said Sunday that Christians owe apologies to gays and others who have been offended or exploited by the church, remarks that some Catholics hailed as a breakthrough in the church's tone toward homosexuality.and more »

  • Francis at the monastery of 'Khor Virap' - Vatican Radio

    Francis at the monastery of 'Khor Virap' - Vatican Radio;

    (Vatican Radio) Pope Francis ended his three day Apostolic journey to Armenia, his 14th abroad with a visit to 'Khor Virap' monastery at the foot of Mount Ararat. A significant site linked to the conversion of this nation to Christianity. Veronica ...and more »

  • Gay Catholic Groups Want Pope Francis to Do More Than Apologize - New York Times

    Gay Catholic Groups Want Pope Francis to Do More Than Apologize - New York Times;

    Pope Francis said on Sunday that Christians and the Roman Catholic Church should seek forgiveness from gays for the way they had treated them. By REUTERS on Publish Date June 28, 2016. Photo by Pool photo by Tiziana Fabi. Watch in Times Video ».and more »

  • Pope Francis says gays and others marginalized deserve an apology - Chicago Tribune

    Pope Francis says gays and others marginalized deserve an apology - Chicago Tribune;

    Pope Francis talks to journalists during a press conference while on his way back to the Vatican at the end of three-day visit to Armenia on June 26, 2016. (Tiziana Fabi / AP). Tribune news servicesContact Reporter · Pope Francis says gays — and all ...and more »

  • From Armenia, Pope Francis urges regional reconciliation - EurActiv

    From Armenia, Pope Francis urges regional reconciliation - EurActiv;

    Pope Francis urged Armenia and Turkey on Saturday (25 June) to seek reconciliation over the Armenian genocide which took place one century ago, and Armenia and Azerbaijan to find a solution to the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict. Francis made the appeal in ...and more »

  • Pope says Church should ask forgiveness from gays for past treatment - Reuters

    Pope says Church should ask forgiveness from gays for past treatment - Reuters;

    Pope Francis speaks to journalists on his flight back to Rome following a visit at Armenia on June 26, 2016. REUTERS/Tiziana Fabi/Pool. 1/4. left. right. Pope Francis speaks to journalists on his flight back to Rome following a visit at Armenia on June ...and more »

  • Pope Francis: Church Should Apologize To Gays And Other Marginalized Groups - NPR

    Pope Francis: Church Should Apologize To Gays And Other Marginalized Groups - NPR;

    Aboard a flight home from Armenia, Pope Francis fielded a pointed question from reporters: Did he agree with German Cardinal Reinhard Marx, who, in the wake of the Orlando shooting, said gays deserve an apology from the Church? His answer was frank.and more »

  • What does the Armenia trip tell us about Pope Francis? - Crux: Covering all things Catholic

    What does the Armenia trip tell us about Pope Francis? - Crux: Covering all things Catholic;

    Papal trips are important for many reasons, including what they reveal about a pope's personality and priorities. Francis's June 24-26 outing to Armenia was no exception, offering insights about the importance of Argentina, his seriousness about the ...and more »