The leader of the Roman Catholic Church spoke for Mexican anti-LGBT activists praising them for defending ‘real family values’. Speaking in St. Peter’s Square on Sunday, he said: “I am very happy to associate myself with the Bishops of Mexico, in supporting the commitment of the Church and of civil society in favour of the family and of life, which in this time require special pastoral and cultural attention in all the world.”
It comes not so long time after the claim of the Mexican Catholic Church that banning of co-called ‘gay conversation therapy’ is a prosecution against Catholics. The spokesperson of Mexico’s Catholic church, Father Hugo Valdemar, fumed: “There is persecution against the Church. It is something very serious, the state now determines the sexual behavior of citizens and forbids any attempt to return to normalcy. The state prohibits parents from helping their children to solve their sexual doubts and prohibits homosexuals from changing, but if they want to change their sex they fund that atrocity, it’s something diabolic.” He continued to claim that country would imprison anyone who disagrees with the “gay dictatorship”.