MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A host of topics are being discussed at a two week meeting at the Vatican and valuing gay people was one major talking point.
“Throughout parochial school and high school I always thought I’d join the seminary,” said Ivan Cano.
Cano even had a scholarship to the seminary, but when he realized he was gay he didn’t follow through with his calling.
He’s now the head of Miami Beach Gay Pride and took a look at a report that’s out a week into the Vatican’s synod.
The report said gay Catholics should be valued and they have “gifts and qualities” to offer parishes.
CBS4’s Cynthia Demos went to Archdiocese of Miami and spoke with Monsignor Chanel Jeanty about the report.
“The human person is valued and should be valued,” said Jeanty.
The report also said while there are moral problems…
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