The sleepy-eyed Republican candidate predicted if the next president protects LGBT rights, you can "say goodbye to America."
Francis makes the statement in a new book, expanding on his 'Who am I to judge?' comment.
The often progressive National Catholic Reporter honors marriage equality plaintiffs Greg Bourke and Michael DeLeon, citing their 'witness as gay Catholics.'
A Catholic cardinal's antigay comments about the gay U.S. ambassador to the Dominican Republic, Wally Brewster, only goes to prove why it matters that LGBT diplomats live openly, says the U.S. State Department.
The priest has been arrested, and his bishop is accused of encouraging him to avoid the police.
Almost two-thirds of voters cast ballots against the law that was adopted by Parliament in March.
He didn't actually mention the subject when speaking to Slovenian pilgrims but used the code of 'support the family.'