Pope won’t judge homosexuals

Pope Francis recently declared that he will not judge homosexuals and expressed his belief that gay individuals should not be discriminated against or marginalised, but integrated in society.

His statement came during an in-flight press conference aboard the plane heading to the Vatican after his week-long trip to Brazil.

“If someone is gay and is looking for the Lord, who am I to judge him or her? You should not discriminate against or marginalise these people,” he said after being asked about the existence of a gay lobby in the Vatican.

“A lot is written about that lobby, but I still have not seen anyone in the Vatican with a tag saying they are gay,” he said.