Enemy of the faith?

August 2013
Daily Mail;8/ 9/2013, p41
THE recurrent remarks of how human and humble Pope Francis is, highlight the opposite. Are we applauding something that should really be the foundation of the Church itself? This new acceptance of homosexuality, as long as the gay is 'seeking God' - is it an attempt to appeal to a new, youngish audience? Because let's remember that the Church accepts sexuality only as a procreational act between two people committed to be together for the rest of their lives.


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