segunda-feira, 20 de outubro de 2014

Catholic Bishops fail to accord greater inclusion of homosexuals and divorced

The two weeks of debate were not sufficient to change the position of the more conservative prelates as Pope Francisco.

The proposals for a greater inclusion of homosexuals and divorced by the Catholic Church does not have the two-thirds of votes needed to approve the final document.

"I think these issues will continue to be debated next year, especially in relation to divorced that they marry and homosexuals. The document does not solve the problem because the bishops have different opinions "Thomas j. Reese, an analyst for the National Catholic Reporter.

Differences that led to some tensions. Yet, so, Francisco makes a positive assessment of the Synod, from the outset, the debate of ideas.

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