Gay Catholics and Zuma Painting

A senior Vatican priest, stripped of his post after admitting being in a gay relationship, has accused the Roman Catholic Church of making the lives of millions of gay Catholics "a hell".

South Africa President Jacob Zuma's son Edward has reacted angrily to a controversial painting depicting the president raping a woman. We speak to Ayanda Mabulu, the artist behind the controversial artwork.

(Photo: Krzysztof Charamsa, the senior Vatican priest stripped of his post after admitting being in a gay relationship.
Credits: Reuters)

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