Yes, I've seen that.
It contrasts with the much or clear perspective taken by Jewish authorities, I read a dialogue between Francis and one called Heaven and Earth, it was clearly his view in that book.
The RCC, it would appear, has gotten itself into a very serious fix, one from which I dont know if it will be able to save itself, with the previous Pope leaving office because he felt he did not have the personal strength to face the challenges which were emerging in his office, this a thing unheard of in history and as serious and important to any believer as the reformation was accompanied by stories of a "gay conspiracy", of corrupt individuals seeking to use their inclusion in an organised and self-interested group seeking self-aggrandisement and ascendency.
When instituted I dont believe that the authorities who were responsible for the rules within the church of celibacy among the religious could have foreseen that it would lead to the church hierarchy being populated and probably biased seriously in favour of homosexuals.
About fifthteen years ago I recall reading articles from apologists seeking to clarify that homosexuality itself, the orientation, was not sinful but only homosexual acts, just over ten years ago I knew a number of Jesuits who subsequently have all left their religious calling, which I have no reason what so ever to believe was not a true calling, to be married and have children because they were heterosexual, spokespersons for the Irish church have made statements in no uncertain terms that if this does not change the Church in Ireland is done.
With respect to all this I dont imagine that any of the homosexual faction within the Church would favour any sort of change to the traditionalism which includes celibacy, the prohibitions on cohabitation, marriage or family life which are at this point just a prohibition against heterosexuality. I also dont believe that this faction will be that worried about the shrinkage of the Church either because it means a smaller population of religious for the resources of the Church to go around.
I know this is all going to be dismissed by the liberal majority of this forum as homophobia, and that anyone who isnt a fan of homosexuality becoming more commonplace and possibly normative doesnt have a place in the future but these developments really sadden me.
I'm beginning to give up hope of future generations being able to benefit from any of the norms or institutions which I took for granted growing up, they're going to have a more confused, stressed the fuck out world to inherit and I doubt they'll have much in common with the generations taking a exit and leaving them to it.