Smiling, he said he felt "liberated" and "at peace", but still had a lot to say about the Church, which he accuses of persecuting homosexuals. In his manifesto, Charamsa also asks the Church not to criticise gay marriage, and points out that it abstains from condemning the criminalisation of homosexuality in some countries.
He famously quipped "Who Aren t judging homosexuals am to judge" in when asked about gay people in the Church, pulling the rug from under centuries of teachings that homosexual acts are sinful. Barcelona AFP - More than a month after the Vatican fired high-ranking priest Krzysztof Charamsa for his very public coming-out, he says he has no regrets and is planning a book about his experience.
The Catholic Church doesn't aren t judging homosexuals kill people, but it kills them psychologically," he said. Contra a intolerância.
Charamsa was sacked from his post working for the Vatican office for protecting Catholic doctrine, and the year-old is now unemployed. But the Church has so far failed to soften its approach to gay people. If it kicked them all out, "it's possible that the Church would find itself very alone.
Ancien professeur de théologie à Rome, il compte reprendre l'enseignement à l'université et écrire un livre sur son expérience d'homosexuel au Vatican.