Instruction Concerning The Criteria For The Discernment of Vocations With Regard To Persons With Hom

Instruction Concerning The Criteria For The Discernment Of Vocations With Regard To Persons With Hom

Instruction Concerning the Criteria for the Discernment of Vocations with regard to Persons with Homosexual Tendencies in view of their Admission to the Seminary and to Holy Orders is a document published in November 2005 by the Congregation for Catholic Education, one of the top-level offices of the Catholic Church.

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