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  • Pope Francis has said that homosexuals should be protected by civil union laws in some of the clearest language he's used on gay rights.

  • His comments came in a new film released on Wednesday.

  • He says Quote Homosexual people have a right to be in a family, he went on.

  • They are Children of God and have a right to a family.

  • Nobody should be thrown out or be made miserable over it.

  • What we have to create a civil union law.

  • That way they are legally covered.

  • I stood up for that by stood up.

  • He seems to be referring to his former role as archbishop of Buenos Aires, where he opposed legislation to approve same sex marriages but did support legal protections for gay couples.

  • Eugenia Venyavsky is the director.

  • I think he is the one who basically giving us to understand what we that we are the monsters and we created a really horrible things for ourselves, but at the same time he allows us to understand that even doing a mistake's, we can admit this mistake and change our course has opened his heart to the hearts of all of humanity.

  • The film, called Francesco, premiered at the Rome Film Festival on Wednesday.

  • It places the pope at the heart of the narrative that cast a wide net over some of the world's most pressing problems.

  • The film tackles issues such as the growing gap between the rich and the poor, racism, climate change, sexual abuse, migration, human trafficking on relations between Christians, Muslims and Jews.

Pope Francis has said that homosexuals should be protected by civil union laws in some of the clearest language he's used on gay rights.

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Pope endorses civil union laws for same-sex couples

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    林宜悉 posted on 2020/10/25
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