...that you wear over your cock may not be so bad, given that:
1) the sexual partners are heterosexual and married.
2) one has HIV.
From a report from the Pope's own theologian (although that may sound redundant):
Cardinal Georges Cottier signaled doubts within the papal household and argued that the Roman Catholic "theology of life" could be used to justify a lifting of the ban. "The virus is transmitted during a sexual act; so at the same time as [bringing] life there is also a risk of transmitting death," he said. "And that is where the commandment 'thou shalt not kill' is valid."
Cardinal Carlo Maria Martini, a former archbishop of Milan who was considered a candidate for the papacy, said earlier this year that a married person with HIV was "obliged" to protect his or her partner from the disease.
A tiny step, but one day Pope Benny will throw off that silly dress and stupid hat and party naked on the Streets of Vatican City.