Bergoglio takes it easy…

“Slight Indisposition”: Francis cancels Liturgy as Coronavirus Outbreak hits Italy

As Italy is hit with an outbreak of the Coronavirus, secular news sites are showing concern for “Pope” Francis after he canceled a major commitment on his calendar today due to a “slight indisposition”, as it was called by Vatican Press Office director Matteo Bruni.

The Novus Ordo site Zenit reports:

“This morning,” [Bruni’s] statement said, “the Holy Father did not go to the Lateran for the penitential liturgy with the Roman clergy.”

“Due to a slight indisposition,” it concluded, “he preferred to remain in the rooms close to Santa Marta; the other commitments proceed regularly.”

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Francis’ contempt for his critics…

“He is Like a Child” – Aboard Airhead One, Francis slams “Cardinal” Müller, and he responds

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They’ve seen happier days together:
The “good” Modernist Gerhard Muller with the “bad” Modernist Jorge Bergoglio

The Francis Show is currently underway in Mozambique, a nation in southeastern Africa. On his 10-hour flight to get there, Francis naturally took the opportunity to generate some headlines by speaking to the journalists covering his roughly 9-day blather tour, which will take him also to neighboring Madagascar and Mauritius.

Many news outlets have already reported on his haughty comments about his conservative critics from the United States: “For me, it’s an honor that Americans are attacking me,” he said before his spokesman jumped into damage control mode, claiming that his boss “wanted to say that he always considers criticisms an honor, particularly when it comes from important thinkers and, in this case, of an important nation” (source). 

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