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'Never Condemn A Gay Child' Pope Francis Adressed During World Day Of Social Communication

The pope, also known as supreme pontiff, Roman pontiff or sovereign pontiff, is the bishop of Rome, head of the worldwide Catholic Church, and head of state or sovereign of the Vatican City State. Which is on headed by the current Pope Francis 266th Bishop of Rome.

At Papacy, the office and jurisdiction of the bishop of Rome, the pope, who presides over the central government of the Roman Catholic Church, the largest of Rome.

Pope was understood to have the power to draw on the Treasury of Merit built up by the saints and by Christ, so that he could grant indulgences. And unlike any other religious leader, the pope can send and receive ambassadors and sign international treaties. The nuncios, who are usually also archbishops, represent the pope to more than 180 countries and organisations.

Within his own country, the Pope is absolute monarch. He can double park, execute dissidents, pee on sidewalks and call it art, or do whatever else he wants. The pope and his office, maintaining that the office assumed the full power.

The office of the bishop held a conference meeting for the World day of social communication where he advised media to put person at center, not partisan interest.

Strategically, he specified on homosexuality as a key matter and warned parent's heavily not to condemn their gay children but support them. Below are his words. Reported by Vatican news platform. Follow this link to read

"Parent's who see their children have different sexual orientations, how they manage that and, accompany them and not hide behind a condemning attitude, never condemn a child." He said. Below are his quoted words on a screenshot below, and the platforms that reported as a prove.

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