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The enormous numbers of the general public will never know the real story, but lets take a step back and analyze just what has happened. The Pope apparently did meet with Kim Davis. The scheduled event is questioned as to its timely coincidence with media hype on Kim Davis's character as a Public Servant in Kentucky. The people assisting Kim Davis may very likely be using this Pope meeting as a political thrust for their agenda on civil rights.
Now for the Pope. Imagine the Pope as walking the line of Jesus's steps throughout the ages. Jesus, who cavorted with prostitutes and tax collectors to the horror of the general public. The general public ridiculed and denounced Jesus because of acts like this among the citizens of a community. "How dare he associate with people like this?", was the public cry. For us that read the Bible and know the story, why does anybody question the will of God and the acts of Jesus. So, now in today's time period, we have the Pope Francis who leads a faith for us to acknowledge and enjoy the humble acts of man trying to walk the line of Jesus. I doubt the Pope is anti-gay or vilifies the acts of any human, but he does expect all of humanity to adhere to the one true God and the Pope will listen to even the worst of sin full people in the world.
I imagine the Pope instructed Kim Davis to examine her faith and do what is right for civil rights, but be cautious that she does not harm anybody else's civil rights. That includes the gay rights to exist and enjoy their right to a marriage of their choosing. The act of marriage is not the issue, it is the act of being righteous in God's will. Nobody should question God's will, just like nobody should have questioned Jesus's acts in associating with prostitutes and tax collectors.