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05/11/2006

What did the pope say about gays now? (Hint: 'I'll miss 'Will & Grace' is not it)

by Jeremy Hooper

   Pope Benedict XVI has once again made a dig at gay folks, reportedly telling a convention of the John Paul II Pontifical Institute today that "only the foundation of complete and irrevocable love between man and woman is capable of forming the basis of a society that becomes the home of all men'' and describing gay unions as "weak love."

It's unclear what the Pope meant by...ah, screw it; this claim's far too weak to even dignify. Maybe someday the Pope will start pontificating on things that really matter and stop disparaging the love we experience weekly.

Pope Condemns Same-Sex Marriages, Describes Gay Love as `Weak' [Bloomberg.com]

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