The Catholic conservative movement Opus Dei has lost a legal battle to force a Chilean newspaper for homosexuals to change its name from Opus Gay.
Opus Gay's title was challenged from its inception in 2002
The local chapter of Opus Dei had argued that the name had been a deliberate attempt to cause offence.
But after a two-year legal challenge, Chile's intellectual property authorities settled the case in favour of the newspaper.
Officials ruled that both names could "co-exist peacefully".
"It is difficult to see how the public could be exposed to mistakes or confusions" between the two, they said.
A gay rights group, the Movement for Homosexual Integration and Liberation (Movilh), called the ruling an "unprecedented victory" against powerful groups in Chilean society.