In a new documentary, "Francesco," which centered around Pope Francis, the Pope comes out in support of same-sex civil unions.
As reported in America Magazine, the Pope said:
"Homosexuals have a right to be a part of the family... They're children of God and have a right to a family. Nobody should be thrown out or be made miserable because of it."
He even goes as far as saying that there should be a "civil union law" so that the LGBTQ+ community is legally protected.
It is a big sign of recognition for practicing Catholics in the LGBTQ+ community and a step towards greater equality and acceptance in their spiritual communities.
In the interview, the Pope also condemned the Trump administration's policy of child separation at the border.
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The documentary was premiered in Rome on October 21 and will have its North American premiere at the Savannah Film Festival on October 25.