A new interview by Pope Francis has people wondering if this signals a change in how the Catholic Church will be approaching some hot topics. According to the Chicago Sun-Times:
"One Chicago-based equality organization called Thursday “a good day for Catholics.” Another called Pope Francis a “game changer.” But many Chicago Catholics have one big question: How will Cardinal Francis George react to Pope Francis’ message about homosexuality, abortion and contraception?
In an interview with America magazine, Pope Francis warns that the Roman Catholic Church’s ministry cannot be “obsessed” with a “disjointed multitude of doctrines,” and that without a new balance, “the moral edifice of the church is likely to fall like a house of cards.”
Pope Francis said he is “no one to judge” homosexuals who are of good will and in search of God. And expressed his desire for the church to be accepting of all people.
“This church with which we should be thinking is the home of all, not a small chapel that can hold only a small group of selected people,” Pope Francis said in the interview."