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:
I stand corrected. The bishops of Tennessee DID mention the AL and GA prolife laws passed: opposing them. "Not prudent," "could be costly," "not the right time." MLK Jr. complained about this reasoning, pre-1965. https://t.co/fzdFSPRe9C via @tennessean
Where are the bishops of @usccbprolife in light of the stunning pro-life laws passed in AL and GA? If the same States just banned slavery or reduced carbon footprints, I suspect they'd storm social media. Pro-life laity seem to be the only ones celebrating. Am I off here?