SEEM LIKE THE POPE OF PEDOPHILE PRIEST SHOULD KEEP HIS PIE HOLE SHUT TRYING TO TELL FOLKS WHAT TO DO UNTILL HE CLEANS UP THE EVIL MASS MURDERING THIEVING FROM POOR FOLKS $#IT HOLE WHICH IS THE EVIL OF THE PI$$ IN JESUS’S FACE VATICAN.
I FIGURE IF THEM POPES REALLY TALKED TO GOD, GOD WOULD HAVE TOLD EM TO STOP RAPING LITTLE BOYS AND BURNING FOLKS ALIVE WHO SAID THE WORLD WAS NOT FLAT!
AND MAYBE DON’T GENOCIDE THAT MILLION CATHARS WHO WERE MORE ADVANCED THAN THE VATICAN CONTROLLED DARK AGES EUROPE AROUND THEM, JUST BECAUSE THE MORE ADVANCED THAN THE POPES CULT FOLLOWERS, WOULD NOT PAY TRIBUTE TO THE VATICAN.
MY GREAT-GREAT UNCLE TYPE, RICHARD THE LIONHEARTED LED THE 3ed CRUSADE. HE KILLED THE HELL OUT OF ARABS FOR THE VATICAN.
SICK OF THE SLAUGHTER, HE WORKED OUT A PEACE PLAN WHICH WOULD HAVE ENDED THE BLOODSHED.
VATICAN REJECTED IT AS IT DID NOT TRANSFER TITLE TO THE VATICAN.
FEW YEARS LATER VATICAN WANTED RICHARD TO GO SLAUGHTER 10S OF THOUSANDS MORE. HE TOLD EM TO F O, THE VATICAN EXCOMMUNICATED HIM BECAUSE HE WOULD NOT MASS MURDER FOR THE VATICAN’S PROFIT AGAIN.
The Ole Dog!
Pope Francis has written a piece in the New York Times, calling on humanity to find a way to become better after the Covid-19 pandemic. Left-leaning Twitter users have alleged it’s a reply to the Supreme Court’s latest decision.
In the article, published on Thursday, the head of the Catholic Church shared with New York Times readers his hope that the highly visible coronavirus health crisis will awaken the people to other crises that they have been ignoring: hunger, violence and climate change. Then, he says, maybe we can rediscover our interconnectedness, overcome the traps of individualism and consumerism, and forge “a better, different, human future.”
But many seem to have interpreted it as a well-timed commentary on the political situation in the US – in particular, the ruling of the US Supreme Court late on Wednesday which put religious freedom ahead of Covid-19 restrictions.
The 5-4 decision temporarily blocked New York rules restricting religious gatherings, which were passed in October. They were challenged by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Brooklyn and Orthodox Jewish congregation Agudath Israel, which complained that the restrictions were less severe for some secular institutions. Justice Amy Coney Barrett played a key part in the decision, considering that the Supreme Court ruled in the opposite direction in a similar case which was reviewed while late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was still in office.
So, many took the Pope’s opinion piece as a hidden attack on the court’s decision…