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Catholic bishops soften tone on same-sex unions reported the bishops want a stance of “accepting and valuing” the sexual orientation of all persons, albeit “without compromising Catholic doctrine on the family and matrimony.” That language marks the first time in a church document that a positive dimension to same-sex unions has been openly acknowledged. A midterm report in a synod of bishops has no official standing in Catholic theology as a statement of binding church teaching, and it’s also possible that the meeting’s approach could evolve before the synod closes at the end of the week.
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