Giáo Hoàng La Mã có cảm tình với “gia đình đồng tính” gọi là “union civile” nhưng chống “hôn nhân đồng tính’ ??/Couple homosexuel : le pape François favorable à une union civile ?

Couple homosexuel : le pape François favorable à une union civile

Paris Match | Publié le 21/10/2020 à 19h18 La Rédaction, avec AFP

Le pape François le 21 octobre.
Le pape François le 21 octobre. REUTERS/Guglielmo Mangiapane

Le pape François a défendu mercredi le droit des couples gays, “enfants de Dieu”, de vivre au sein d’une “union civile” qui les protège légalement.

“Les personnes homosexuelles ont le droit d’être en famille. Ce sont des enfants de Dieu, elles ont le droit à une famille”, a déclaré le pape François, dans un documentaire présenté mercredi à la Fête du cinéma de Rome. “Ce qu’il faut c’est une loi d’union civile, elles ont le droit à être couvertes légalement. J’ai défendu cela”, a-t-il souligné dans ce documentaire intitulé “Francesco” et réalisé par Evgeny Afineevsky.

Depuis son élection comme pape, le souverain pontife argentin avait déjà évoqué, sans rejet, la notion d’unions civiles pour les personnes de même sexe.

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Opposé au “mariage” gay

Dans le documentaire dévoilé mercredi, il plaide toutefois avec une force inédite pour ce modèle légal. Ses déclarations en espagnol font suite dans le film au témoignage d’un homosexuel, père de trois enfants, qui lui a demandé dans une lettre s’ils devaient fréquenter l’église.

Le pape l’a ensuite appelé au téléphone pour lui conseiller d’être transparent sur son choix de vie dans sa paroisse et d’y amener ses enfants.

Si le souverain pontife a fait preuve d’ouverture sur les couples homosexuels, en affirmant régulièrement qu’ils devaient être bien accueillis au sein de l’Eglise catholique, il reste toutefois fermement opposé au “mariage” gay qui doit se faire nécessairement entre un homme et une femme.

Pope endorses civil union laws for same-sex couples

By Delia Gallagher and Nicole Chavez, CNN

Updated 8:13 PM ET, Wed October 21, 2020

(CNN)

Pope Francis has declared support for civil unions for same-sex couples for the first time, according to the Catholic News Agency.

The Pope made the historic remarks in“Francesco,” a new documentary film directed by Russian filmmaker Evgeny Afineevsky, that premiered at the Rome Film Festival on Wednesday.

“Homosexual people have a right to be in a family. They’re children of God and have a right to a family. Nobody should be thrown out or be made miserable over it,” the Pope said in the film, the Catholic News Agency reported.”What we have to create is a civil union law. That way they are legally covered,” the Pope said.

The film also explores the Pope’s work and views in other issues, including climate change, migration and economic equality, according to the film’s website. It is set to premiere in North America on Sunday during the SCAD Savannah Film Festival.

Francis has suggested in past interviews that he is not against civil unions, but this is the first time as Pope that he has directly come out in favor of them.

As Archbishop of Buenos Aires, Francis advocated for same-sex civil unions as an alternative when Argentina was discussing whether to legalize same-sex marriage.

Francis’ comments differ from his predecessor, Benedict XVI, who made the news when he labeled homosexuality “an intrinsic moral evil.”Jesuit Father James Martin, who has advocated for the church to welcome LGBTQ people, said bishops from many countries, including some in the United States and Poland, who are “violently against” civil unions will have to rethink their positions.”He’s creating a new space for LGBT people … He’s saying it on the record and he’s being very clear. It’s not simply that he’s tolerating it — he’s supporting it,” Martin told CNN’s Christine Amanpour on Wednesday.In the US, Bishop Thomas Tobin of Providence, Rhode Island, asked for more clarification, saying the Francis’ comments contradict the church’s teachings on same-sex unions.”The Church cannot support the acceptance of objectively immoral relationships,” Thomas said in a statement. “Individuals with same-sex attraction are beloved children of God and must have their personal human rights and civil rights recognized and protected by law. However, the legalization of their civil unions, which seek to simulate holy matrimony, is not admissible.”Ed Mechmann, director of public policy for the Archidiocese of New York, described the Pope’s comments as a serious mistake that can lead to a lot of confusion.”In this case, I think we have to recognize that the Holy Father has plainly erred,” Mechmann wrote in a blog post. “Catholics cannot promote the legalization of same-sex unions. But we also have to be clear that he isn’t changing the teaching of the Church on homosexuality or same-sex unions in any way.”

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