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The Francis Show in Myanmar and Bangladesh:
His “Apostolic Journey” of Nov. 26-Dec. 2, 2017


It’s time again for Francis to embark on another public relations tour “Apostolic Journey”. This time, the destination is the Far East: The nations of Myanmar (aka Burma) and Bangladesh are being graced with the presence of the world’s Chief Apostate from Nov. 27 to Dec. 2.

This page contains all the main links you will need to stay informed about the false pope’s visit to the Far East. The local time in Myanmar is UTC+06:30. In Bangladesh, the local time is UTC+06:00.

Throughout the “papal” trip, this page will be continually updated with new links and information.

Transcripts of Homilies, Messages, Prayers, and Speeches

News & Commentary


Major Novus Ordo News Sites covering Francis’ Trip to Myanmar and Bangladesh:

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16 Responses to “The Francis Show in Myanmar and Bangladesh”

  1. corvinus ✓ᴰᵉᵖˡᵒʳᵃᵇˡᵉ

    Two of the least-Catholic countries in the entire world. I’m not sure whether that’s a good or a bad thing.

    • Nicholas

      Dialogue aplenty! “Blessed” Paul VI said that Buddhism is one of the riches of Asia. He looked upon the Buddhist pagans with great esteem.

      “At the Second Vatican Council, the Catholic Church exhorted her sons and daughters to study and evaluate the religious traditions of mankind and to learn by sincere and patient dialogue what treasures a bountiful God has distributed among the nations of the earth.” (Paul VI, L’Osservatore Romano, 9/13/1973)

      • Lee

        Don’t forget “Saint” John Paul II “the great” who said

        “What we have just said [about ecumenism with heretics] must also be applied–although in another way and with the due differences–to activity for coming closer together with the representatives of the non-Christian religions, an activity expressed through dialogue, contacts, prayer in common, investigation of the treasures of human spirituality, in which, as we know well, the members of these religions also are not lacking.”

        Encyclical Redemptor Hominis, n. 6 1979

  2. anna mack

    Amusing to hear the liberals turning on their favourite “Catholic” because he hasn’t criticised the generals in Burma (actually, I’m surprised that he didn’t, given how much he loves muslims). That’s got to hit his ego hard – what’s he going to do without the adoration?

  3. Dum Spiro Spero

    Rohingya are Muslims. They were expelled by the Burmans when doing some violation of the Burmese Buddhist women. It is the usual way for Muslims to open their territory in other countries. The natives begin to flee from the hordes of these people. Thus Indonesia became a Muslim country. They arrived at their coasts in few ships doing the “peaceful jihad”.
    The Burmese did not want to leave. They opted to drive the Rohingya out.
    Francis is very concerned about Muslims, and that is the reason for his visit.

  4. Sonia

    May we never tire of pointing out the anti-Catholic ridiculousness of the satanic Novus Ordo heresiarchs and their commonwealth – which includes the R&R.

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