Okay, everyone, it’s time to get your surprise face ready: For anyone who was still in doubt about what Francis’ central message to the world from the last 3+ years has been, he has now repeated it in plain English — well, Italian actually — in case his words and actions so far have not been clear enough: It doesn’t matter what religion you are.
Speaking off the cuff to a group of youngsters at Rome’s Villa Borghese park on April 24 to commemorate so-called “Earth Day”, the Argentinian papal pretender said the following:
It’s Lent, and our fundraiser is still going. That means you still have a chance to make a tax-deductible donation AND get one of these great books as a thank-you: https://t.co/henp5qKfwv And if you really can’t donate, you can at least retweet this! ;-) #catholic
Roberto de Mattei on Bergoglio: “We cannot say … that his loss of faith is evident and manifest.” - https://t.co/1bvnt5AlZU Yeah, because making the Sixth Commandment optional and declaring God wills other religions just isn’t enough… #popefrancis
@AlbinusFalco @OnePeterFive @SteveSkojec Yes, Divine Faith is, by definition, belief in what God has revealed. But Siscoe’s reduction of the Pope as Rule of Faith to infallible declarations does not seem correct.