Pope Francis: ‘God Loves Gay People, Homosexuality is No Longer A Sin’
Liberal Pontiff down with the LGBT agenda
Pope Francis has announced to the gay community that being gay is 'no longer a sin' and that “God made you like this,” suggesting that the liberal Pontiff is down with the LGBT agenda.
In a private dialogue, Pope Francis is comprehended to have actually told Juan Carlos Cruz, a crucial whistleblower in Chile's many notorious case of clerical sex abuse, that he must not pay attention to exactly what it says in the Bible relating to homosexuals due to the fact that "God enjoys gay individuals and it is fine to be homosexual."
The claim by Pope Francis straight contradicts Catholic and Biblical teaching relating to homosexuality.
The Catholic Church teaches that gay sex-- and all sex beyond heterosexual marital relationship is a sin.
Juan Carlos Cruz was a victim of Chile's the majority of notorious pedophile priest Fernando Karadima. Daddy Karadima, now aged 87, was condemned of sexually abusing young Chilean Catholic young boys in 2011.
Cruz declares that his suffering was neglected by a variety of Latin American bishops who used his homosexuality to brand name him a liar when he spoke out.
Born in this manner?
Speaking with Spanish paper El País, Cruz said: "He [the Pope] informed me, 'Juan Carlos, that you are gay does not matter.
"God made you like this and enjoyed you like this, and I don't care.
"The pope enjoys you like this. You need to enjoy with who you are."
According to The Sun, the Pope's words indicate a much more open and inclusive approach by the often limiting faith-- a relocation which will likely upset many conservative Catholics.
The Vatican has neither validated nor rejected the Pontiff's comments to Cruz.
Juan Carlos Cruz was one of three former sex abuse victims from Chile who were summoned to the Vatican to receive an apology from the Pope for several years of sexual assault withstood by them as young kids.
The victims explained clerical sexual abuse as "an epidemic that has damaged thousands of lives."
Initially, the Pope rejected their claims and tried to cover up the scandal, at one point even concerning the defense of a controversial pedophile bishop linked to Father Karadima.
However, he was required to alter his public position after detectives presented him with a 2,300-page file recording the sexual abuse of minors that had been covered up in Chile for years.