Nadine Morano, ex-minister, said she doesn't support the action of the cardinal Andre Vingt-Trois who asked his faithful to pray against the right of adoption for gay and lesbian couples on August 15th (Assumption).
The catholics in France continue to show their opposition against marriage and adoption for gay and lesbian couples planned for 2013.
According to Le Nouvel Observateur, the cardinal proposed to the whole dioceses an "universal prayer" (text pronounced during the mass) requiring that children "cease being the object of desires and conflicts of adults to fully profit from the love of a father and a mother".
During a radio interview with RTL, Morano said that even if "the Church is in its role when it defends the values and in particular the marriage's values, the Virgin Mary […] doesn't reject any of her children."
She said she is "very attached to the rights of all the children", including "those who are raised by same sex couples".
"I belong to those who, in my political family (UMP), have a vision much more modern and realistic of the society".
However, it is quite obvious that Morano is far from being a LGBTQ's rights supporter, it is the first time besides that she talks on the subject.