Francis outlaws Sale of Cigarettes in Vatican City
Francis has once again shown his iron “papal” fist: In a fearless move against the powers of darkness, the “Pope” has now outlawed the sale of cigarettes throughout every square inch of the 0.17 sq mi of Vatican City State, effective Jan. 1, 2018.
In a Nov. 9 statement released by the Unholy See’s Press Office, spokesman Greg Burke explained the move on the grounds that “the Holy See cannot contribute to an activity that clearly damages the health of people”, according to a report published by Crux.
The Key to Heaven, especially for Our Times
You can still be forgiven of your mortal sins if there is no priest available to hear your confession…
For the great majority of Catholics in the world today, it is virtually impossible to go to confession to a validly ordained priest who professes the true Catholic Faith of the ages and does not profess communion with a public heretic or apostate like Francis or Benedict XVI. Throughout Church history, there were many people in sundry places and circumstances that made approaching a priest for confession, for one reason or another, impossible.
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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.