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Pope Francis Denounces Homophobia

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Pope Francis Denounces Homophobia

Pope Francis Denounces Homophobia

Pope Francis supported the LGBTQ community in a speech denouncing homophobia.

He compared anti-gay comments made by politicians to speeches made by Adolf Hitler.

Francis said it was “an excellent model of the throwaway culture and culture of hatred.” According to Business Insider, the pope also brought up other issues during his speech.

He denounce police brutality, failing to punish environmental crimes and the use of preventative detention.


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