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Francis Taunts Priests who wear Cassocks
A Catholic priest wearing a cassock in 1906
“Chaos Frank” has struck again. The man seems obsessed — pun fully intended — with dissing everyone and everything that is traditionally Catholic. In his “homily” of October 7, Jorge Bergoglio used the story of the Good Samaritan to make a slyly subtle, but nevertheless real, attack on Novus Ordo priests who wear traditional garb:
In his Oct. 7 homily at the chapel of the Vaticanʼs St. Martha guest residence, Pope Francis talked about the story of Jonah fleeing from God, as well as that of the priest and Levite who passed by a half-dead man on the road, using them to show both direct and “sophisticated” ways of fleeing from God.