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Pope Francis accused of using homophobic slur again in closed-door meeting

  • Pope Francis used a vulgar term towards homosexuals during meetings with Italian bishops and Roman priests, as reported by the Italian media and ANSA news agency.
  • The Vatican had previously apologized for the pope's use of the derogatory term, which he repeated during a meeting with priests on June 11, suggesting restrictions for young men with homosexual inclinations in seminaries.
  • ANSA news agency highlighted the repetition of the offensive term by the pope on June 11, emphasizing the ongoing controversy surrounding Pope Francis' language towards the LGBTQ+ community.
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