It would seem that having religious figures promote tolerance and acceptance would help populations “deal with LGBTQ issues.”
The Washington Blade reported today:
An African archbishop on Thursday specifically discussed homosexuality during a Vatican press conference.
Vatican Radio reported that Archbishop Charles Palmer-Buckle of Archdiocese of Accra [in Ghana] said countries need “time to deal with” homosexuality and other “issues from our own cultural perspectives.” He also highlighted the need for “the dignity and rights of all God’s sons and daughters need to be upheld,” as Vatican Radio reported.
Palmer-Buckle’s comments come four days after he and other Catholic bishops began a three-week gathering in Rome [the Synod on the Family] during which they will vote on a document that specifically addresses the family. Leaked drafts indicate that it reiterates the church’s opposition to unions between gays and lesbians.
Davis Mac-Iyalla, a gay Nigerian man who received asylum…
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