Barely few months after the sack of priest Krzysztof Charamsa by the Vatican, for his public declaration of being a gay, the priest has said he has no regret about his sack as he is planning to produce a book about his experience.

The 43-year-old priest last month made a public pronouncement that he is homosexual, noting that, he had a Spanish boyfriend.

The priest who was working for the Vatican office was however sacked for violating Catholic doctrine.

Charamsa after the sack said, “I felt “liberated” and “at peace”, but still had a lot to say about the Church, for persecuting homosexuals. I now feel better gay and more of a priest than before.”

The Catholic Church doesn’t actually kill people, but it kills them psychologically, It kills them with its backward stance, with its reject, contempt and constant preaching against homosexuals.”

He however urged the Vatican to discard various church documents that are hostile towards homosexuals.