Why did Pope Francis have to apologize?

S Venkateshwari
Why did Pope Francis have to apologize?

Pope Francis has expressed regret for supposedly calling the LGBT community names that are derogatory. In a private meeting with Italian bishops, he used a derogatory term for homosexuals. The Pope claimed in a statement that he had no intention of using language that was homophobic. The Pope apologizes to individuals who have been offended by the remarks made by others; he never intended to offend with anti-gay remarks, according to Vatican spokesperson Matteo Bruni.

In actuality, Pope Francis allegedly made disparaging statements against the LGBT population during a private meeting with Italian bishops in a locked room. The Italian media widely featured this comment in their article. During the discussion, Pope Francis reportedly used the Italian phrase "frociaggine," according to accounts from Italian media. This means something like "faggotry" or "faggotness." The Pope is informed about the stories in the Italian media, a Vatican spokeswoman emphadata-sized. His mission is to advance a hospitable and inclusive church.

Pope Francis has already discussed the LGBT community in remarks.

Matteo Bruni, a spokesman for the Vatican, restated the idea that "no one is unnecessary." Everybody has a place with the Pope. During his 11-year pontificate, Pope Francis, who is 87 years old, is renowned for reaching out to the LGBT community. "If a person is homosexual and wants to find God, his thoughts are good, then who am I to judge?" declared Pope Francis in 2013.

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