Women in love with priests ask Pope to make celibacy optional
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Twenty-six women who say they are in love with Roman Catholic priests have written to Pope Francis urging him to make celibacy optional.
The women, who all live in Italy, described the "devastating suffering" caused by the church's ban on priests having sex and marrying.
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