It is "inconceivable" for God to "favor sin", the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) said yesterday.
Be that as it may, the CDF noticed the "positive components" in same-sex connections.
In October, Pope Francis said in a narrative that he thought same-sex couples ought to be permitted to have "common associations".
Pope Francis shows support for same-sex common associations, in the Catholic Church, a gift is given by a cleric or other priest for the sake of the Church.
In 2013, Pope Francis broadly broke with doctrinal practice, saying "Why should I pass judgment on gay individuals?"
Recently, Pope Francis affirmed the reaction by the CDF, saying it was "not proposed to be a type of out of line separation yet rather a token of the reality of the ceremonial ceremony".
A few areas as of late, remembering for Germany and the US, have begun offering endowments to individuals in same-sex connections as an approach to invite gay Catholics to the congregation, the Reuters news organization announced.
The CDF's reaction was in response to the inquiry presented to it: "Does the congregation have the ability to give the gift to associations of people of a similar sex?". It answered: "Negative".
The CDF noticed that marriage between a man and a lady was ceremony and, in this way, endowments can't be reached out to same-sex couples.
"Therefore, it isn't licit to give a gift on connections, or associations, even steady, that include sexual movement outside of marriage (i.e., outside the constant association of a man and a lady open in itself to the transmission of life), just like the instance of the relationships between people of a similar sex," it said.
The Vatican later endeavored to explain the remarks saying they were taken outside the current discussion and didn't demonstrate support for same-sex marriage.
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