Pope Francis apologizes for using homophobic slur during private meeting at the Vatican

Pope Francis has apologized for something he said in a private meeting at the Vatican. According to Italian media, in a closed-door meeting with Italian bishops, the pontiff said seminaries had too many gay men, referring to them using a a homophobic slur.

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