Pope Francis' new document on the family was released Friday at the Vatican.
FOX's Courtney Walsh is there with this report:
The Pope's new document is being called gentle revolution, but there is no overt change of Catholic doctrine.
For example, the Pope holds that same sex unions should not be compared to marriage, yet he calls for more acceptance of those cohabitating and divorce believers.
Papal biographer Marco Politi says he expects the Pope to be criticized by both liberals and conservatives.
(Politi) "This document shows the sign of a compromise. But the Pope pushes the Catholic church into the direction of not preaching abstract principles."
The Pope's focus, he adds, is creating a church where all are welcome.
At the Vatican, Courtney Walsh, FOX News.