Vatican has previously censored Pope’s gay-friendly comments

ROME – As the repercussions of Pope Francis’ revolutionary approval of same-sex unions, in which he called for a “civil union law” continue to rock the church – especially its conservative corners – it emerged that the Vatican initially censored the comments after the Pope brought them back in 2019.

Earlier this week, filmmaker Evgeny Afineevsky launched his documentary Francesco on the life of the Pope at the Rome Film Festival. The film carries a lengthy interview with Francis in which he criticizes President Trump’s anti-immigration practices “cruelty in the highest form” and, in what is supposed to sound like the same interview, calls for a law on it. ‘civil union in front of the camera, adding: “That way they’re legally covered. “

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