Pope Francis suspected that his telephones were tapped by the Argentine government while he was serving as Archbishop of Buenos Aires, a city official has said. “Bergoglio told me many times that his phones were tapped,” Gustavo Vera, a city council member, told The DailyBeast. Vera said that the wiretapping apparently continued for several years, and reflected the increasingly contentious relations between then-Cardinal Bergoglio and the government led by President Nestor Kirchner and later his widow, the current Argentine leader, Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner.
This was due to his opposition to gay marriage and abortion.
His phones may have been tapped but not because of his opposition to gay marriage and abortion. It was probably to keep tabs on his behind the scenes dealings with politicians and also members of the Underworld.
A Catholic is supposed to be considered a "GUARANTEED OPPONENT OF GAY MARRIAGE AND ABORTION" - that's any Catholic from the 13 year old in the pew saying her Rosary to the Bishop and all in between.
No, the phones were tapped to follow nefarious activities. It definitely was not for the reasons you stated, Poche.