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Pope says gay people are not fully developed humans
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c.c. morton
2020-07-16 19:19:36 UTC
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The pontiff spoke the truth. Is it any wonder that certain Usenet
posters hate the RCC? It's mostly gays, both the ones who are out and
especially the ones still hiding in the closet.


https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/pope-says-gay-people-are-not-fully-developed-humans280912/#gs.5zy8N3k

Pope Benedict XVI has said gay people are not fully developed humans
as they do not obey Catholic law.

The head of the Catholic Church made these claims while speaking to
bishops about the French President Francois Hollande’s plans to
legalize marriage equality.

During his speech at Castel Gandolfo, he reportedly said: ‘The family
is threatened in many places by a defection of human nature.’

The German religious leader added: ‘Marriage and the family are
institutions that must be promoted and defended from every possible
misrepresentation of their true nature, since whatever is injurious to
them is injurious to society itself.’

The Pope says the Catholic values of marriage and the family must be
obeyed, because they ‘permit the full development of the human
person’.
The Peeler
2020-07-16 19:53:49 UTC
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On Thu, 16 Jul 2020 15:19:36 -0400, Loose Sphincter, the unhappily married
nazi homo, whined again:

<FLUSH the gay nazitard's latest troll>

Well, you are living proof of it, Loose Sphincter!
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NEMO
2020-07-16 20:57:59 UTC
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Post by c.c. morton
The pontiff spoke the truth.
Too little, too late!

Statistics were released on 14 April 2019, commissioned by the Episcopal Conference
of Poland and with data from over 10,000 local parishes. It was found that from
1990 to mid-2018, abuse reports about 382 priests were made to the Church, with 625
children, mostly under 16, sexually abused by members of the Catholic clergy. There
were opinions that the figures underestimated the extent of the problem, and failed
to answer questions church officials had avoided for years.[101] Marek Lisinski, the
co-founder of Don't Be Afraid, which represents victims of clerical abuse, said "Tell
us how [the priests] hurt those children and how many times they were transferred to
different parishes before you paid notice". The data were released a few weeks after
Pope Francis had called for "an all-out battle against the abuse of minors". After
pressure from the Pope, in the preceding years Poland's church had publicly apologized
to abuse victims, and accepted the need to report those accused of such crimes. In earlier
times clergy to whom sexual abuse of minors was reported were not required by their
superiors to notify the police, but to investigate themselves, and if necessary inform
the Holy See.

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