The Archbishop of Malta, who works in the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith, made the comments in a new interview with his country's top daily.
The release comes just weeks after a Pope Francis-approved declaration allowed for the blessing of couples in "irregular" situations, including gays.
Fr Jean-Claude Duncan, a father of nine and grandfather of one, was formerly a Methodist minister and converted with his family in 2016.
Fr John McKenzie welcomes the headline-making declaration from Rome that Catholic clergy can bless same-sex couples and the irregularly remarried.
Yet another bombshell from the Vatican on LGBTQ+ issues greenlights same-sex blessings—though maintaining a traditional view of marriage.
In a letter to the editor, Aaron Beswick says transgender people cannot be banned from godparenting based simply on simplistic criteria.
Briana Jansky of Tyler, Texas, explains how her erstwhile shepherd—removed this month by the Vatican—led her flock astray and nearly sabotaged her faith.
The new document from Rome also answers similar questions concerning homosexual people and those in same-sex relationships (including marriage).
As the synod rolls on in Rome, African Americans plan to make their voices heard in the Dicastery for the Causes of Saints. Ralph Moore Jr. explains.
The communique comes amid Israel's ongoing blockade, bombing, and ground offensive in the Gaza Strip, part of the now weeklong Israel-Hamas War.
The new communique originated in the summer but was published on Monday by the head of the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith.
The overture comes amid a fierce legal battle for the state's right to execute, and for the outgoing governor's plan to grant widespread clemency.
With the retirement of the 75-year-old prelate, there remain only four active African-American Catholic bishops, three of whom were born in the U.S.
The Creole Catholic pioneer's case in Rome will now be handled by a Dutchman who heads multiple other causes for African Americans.