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Homosexual couple welcomed at the VaticanOn March 24, 2017, the Vatican received 27 European political leaders who were in Rome to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, a landmark for the European Union.
Treating him the same as other leaders who attended with their wives, the Vatican received Luxembourg prime-minister Xavier Bettel with his "husband" Gauthier Destenay. In the photo above, you see Arch. Georg Ganswein, head of the Papal Household, welcoming the homosexual "couple."
Below, second row and down, you see Bettel shaking hands with and being cordially received by Francis himself.
Most certainly the Pope could have avoided this encounter. Also, the Vatican could easily have contacted the Luxembourg government to avoid this visit of its homosexual prime-minister. But, it did not.
Both the Pope and the Vatican wanted to have this opportunity to indirectly reinforce their support for homosexuality and homosexual "marriage."
Take the message as it is, if you want to understand how the traditional doctrine on homosexuality has been sabotaged.
Posted April 9, 2017