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Pope Francis has called the church to be a home for all. But his record on including LGBT Catholics and their families is mixed

Contacting Pope Francis is an opportunity to offer our joys and hopes, our griefs and anxieties about those matters closest to us. Putting pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) is a simple act, but allows each of us to join Pope Francis in answering God’s call to rebuild the church and make it a “home for all.”

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His Holiness, Pope Francis
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