December 1, 2011. (Romereports.com)
On World AIDS Day, the Vatican has asked for access to treatment to be made available to all those who are infected. It also noted the need for measures on how prevent HIV transmission between mother and son and promoting lifestyles that are committed to responsible sexuality. The Church also denounced the exclusion of patients and made calls for the moral, spiritual and material solidarity with them and their families.
The message was published for the 2011 World AIDS Day and signed by the Pontifical Council for Health Pastoral Care.
The document notes that it's essential to help new generations lead lifestyles that promotes abstinence, marital fidelity and the rejection of promiscuity.
They also give thanks to the people and institutions who have worked for years to assist patients and their families.