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Homotextual: Desmond Tutu

Filed By Ed Team | December 23, 2007 7:30 AM | comments

Filed in: Quote of the Day
Tags: Anglican Church, Desmond Tutu, gay rights, homophobic behavior, religion

"I want to apologize to you and to all those who we in the church have persecuted. I’m sorry that we have been part of the persecution of a particular group. For me that is quite un-Christ like and, for that reason, it is unacceptable. Maybe, even as a retired archbishop, I probably have, to some extent, a kind of authority but apart from anything let me say for myself and anyone who might want to align themselves with me, I’m sorry. I’m sorry for the hurt, for the rejection, for the anguish that we have caused to such as yourselves."

-- Archbishop Desmond Tutu apologizing for way gays have been treated by the Anglican Church


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