Vatican Issues Statement Apologizing for Pope Francis using ‘Homophobic’ Term – Andreas Wailzer 5/29/24


The Vatican issued an apology for Pope Francis reportedly using the word “f–ggotry” when referring to homosexual men in the Church and said the vulgarism was “homophobic.”

The statement issued to journalists by the director of the Holy See Press Office on May 28 reads: “Pope Francis is aware of the articles that came out recently about a conversation, behind closed doors, with the bishops of CEI (Italian Episcopal Conference).”

“As he said on several occasions, ‘In the Church there is room for everyone, for everyone! No one is useless, no one is superfluous, there is room for everyone. Just as we are, everyone.’”

“The Pope never intended to offend or express himself in homophobic terms, and he extends his apologies to those who felt offended by the use of a term, reported by others.”…

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