The film, which features fresh interviews with the pope, delves into issues Francis cares about most, including the environment, poverty, migration, racial and income inequality, and the people most affected by discrimination. What we have to have is a civil union law; that way they are legally covered. While serving as archbishop of Buenos Aires, Francis endorsed civil unions for gay couples as an alternative to same-sex marriages. However, he had never come out publicly in favor of civil unions as pope, and no pontiff before him had, either.
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Jump to navigation. A new short documentary began making the rounds on the Internet last week. The film is compelling not only because of its high production values, but because of its depiction of LGBT people in various stages of relationship with the institutional church. Some struggle with the church's teaching; others proudly argue against it. Some marry; others stay celibate. What unites these voices is a common desire to be openly welcomed and affirmed in the church they call home. Many of these young adults belong to Out St.
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Simon Calvert of the Christian Institute says forcing teachers to promote gay relationships would be making them choose between their faith and their job. Schools should be forced to promote gay relationships in sex education lessons, union leaders say. Meanwhile, Christian groups warned it would compel teachers at faith schools to act against their beliefs.
Bonus points for tenacity to Christian conservatives like Mike Huckabee who keep on effing that chicken. In the face of nationwide bipartisan support for marriage equality, the evangelical far-right can't let go of their outdated sense of morality, nor will they abandon their repeatedly debunked excuses for why it's acceptable to publicly gay-bash with impunity. As we covered briefly last week , the most popular Christian conservative argument against same-sex marriage and indeed all issues of LGBT equality is that the government is stripping Christians of their religious freedom -- freedom to think homosexuality is an abomination and to not provide equal access to gay people.