Pope Francis: who am I to judge?

Pope Francis: who am I to judge?
Pope Francis visits with journalists during the papal flight direct to Rio de Janeiro, Monday, July 22, 2013. Francis, the 76-year-old Argentine who became the church's first pontiff from the Americas in March, returns to the embrace of Latin America to preside over the Roman Catholic Church's World Youth Day festival. During his flight from Rome, Francis warned about youth unemployment in some countries in the double digits, telling about 70 journalists aboard the papal plane that there is a "risk of having a generation that hasn't worked." He said, "Young people at this moment are in crisis." (AP Photo/Luca Zennaro, Pool)

Homosexuality as emerged as the biggest lightning rod facing the church since the pedophile priest scandal. Now Pope Francis tells assembled reporters that being gay is not a sin. The analysis of the Pope’s choice of words continues to spread. John Carlson discusses the Pope’s remarks with ABC News correspondent in London, Tom Rivers.