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Documentary: Anti-Gay Priests Practice Gay Sex Online (Video)

| by Michael Allen
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A new documentary film chronicles priests who publicly oppose homosexuality, but have online sexual experiences with a gay man (video below).

The film "Amores Santos" (translated as "Sacred Love") follows a gay actor who uses social media to meet up to 150 priests from 30 countries, notes West-info.eu.

Some of the priests admit they are violating church teachings, and one claims, "90 percent of all priests are gay."

To make the film, which comes out in January 2016, Brazilian director Dener Giovanini filmed 500 minutes of conversations and online sex that took place on Skype and Facebook.

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It's not clear if the priests were aware they were being filmed, but their faces are blurred out.

Giovanini claims that the priests were Catholics, Anglicans and evangelicals.

Catholic Polish priest Monsignor Krzysztof Charamsa made headlines on Oct. 3 when he came out as gay and was kicked out of the Vatican.

Charamsa recently told NBC News that the Catholic Church's views on sexuality are based on outdated thinking instead of reality.

He added that keeping his homosexuality private was like living in a psychological and spiritual prison.

However, the Catholic Church has maintained that it is following the Biblical teachings.

Sources: West-info.eu, NBC News / Photo Credit: YouTube Screenshot