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No consensus on gays as Vatican synod ends

A two-week meeting of 200 bishops has revealed a deep split over the direction Pope Francis wants to take the Roman Catholic Church. The assembly had considered language in a document to be issued at the conclusion that would welcome gays as well as Catholics who had been divorced and remarried and wanted to be able to take Communion again. But as Allen Pizzey explains, both failed to get the required two-thirds majority vote.
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