The Vatican on Thursday released a new translation of a ground-breaking draft report by bishops welcoming gays to the Roman Catholic faith.

The alterations come days after conservative bishops in the United States and other English-speaking regions criticized the report as error-ridden.

The original document, released Monday by an assembly of bishops at the Vatican, suggested that the church should be more accepting of gay people.

“Homosexuals have gifts and qualities to offer to the Christian community,” the draft report stated. “Are we capable of welcoming these people, guaranteeing to them a fraternal space in our communities? Often they wish to encounter a church that offers them a welcoming home. Are our communities capable of providing that, accepting and valuing their sexual orientation, without compromising Catholic doctrine on the family and matrimony?”

According to the AP, the original translation “accurately reflected the Italian version in both letter and spirit” and the new version “provides a different tone altogether.”

The new version replaces the title “Welcoming homosexuals” with “Providing for homosexual persons” and alters a reference to gay unions as constituting “precious support in the life of the partners” to constituting “valuable support in the life of these persons.”

As Equality Matters for America noted, cable news outlets CNN and MSNBC devoted segments to the report, while Fox News ignored it.

“It's not surprising that Fox News would ignore a major story about religious acceptance of the LGBT community,” the site's Carlos Maza wrote. “The network has worked tirelessly to depict LGBT equality as a threat to religious liberty, and has routinely excused even the most extreme expressions of homophobia as nothing more than mainstream Christianity. Highlighting a story about the Catholic Church's efforts to embrace gay people would undermine the network's 'God vs gays' narrative.”