Pope Never Thought Of Supporting “Civil Partnerships”, Says Argentinian Press Agency

Pinocchio

 

The original (in Spanish) is here, and an English translation from the excellent Chris Gillibrand’s blog here.

In short, it is utterly wrong to say the Pope has ever ventilated support for “civil partnerships” (among homosexuals) of whatever description, end of story.

The statement had been (repeatedly) made by Sergio Rubin, an Argentinian journalist waxing lyrical about Pope Francis after his election. It was rubbish, period.

My more attentive readers will remember Kimmy Akin had tried to offer a justification for his alleged behaviour if it had happened in the first place, and I had written a blog post explaining that such a justification could not have been offered anyway. 

We can, as Italians say, put a stone over this matter, too.

Mundabor

Posted on March 23, 2013, in Catholicism and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Comments Off on Pope Never Thought Of Supporting “Civil Partnerships”, Says Argentinian Press Agency.

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