Pope Francis

Why give repeated interviews? Why send an underling out to mouth a timid lukewarm response? Is there a recording? Does it matter?

“ Atheist Italian journalist Eugenio Scalfari has claimed that Pope Francis does not believe that Jesus Christ is truly God and man.

The Pope has granted Scalfari numerous interviews throughout his pontificate, despite repeated claims from the Vatican press office that his reports are unreliable.”

https://www.lifesitenews.com/news/popes-favored-interviewer-claims-francis-denies-christs-divinity

Why invite someone known to be cause chaos and tell lies? Is PF stupid? Does the journalist help PF attain his goals? By his fruit, you know a man.

“ What is reported by the author in today’s article is the result of his reconstruction, in which the literal words pronounced by the Pope are not quoted. No quotation of the aforementioned article must therefore be considered as a faithful transcription of the words of the Holy Father,” a Vatican statement said in March 2018.

The first time Scalfari reported that Pope Francis had made comments denying the existence of hell was in 2015. The Vatican dismissed that reporting, as well.

In November 2013, following intense controversy over quotes the journalist had attributed to Francis, Scalfari admitted that at least some of the words he had published a month prior “were not shared by the Pope himself.””

http://www.ncregister.com/daily-news/vatican-atheists-claim-that-pope-rejects-christs-divinity-isnt-accurate

“ After what appeared to be the offering of prayers by participants, who prostrated themselves on the grass around a blanket upon which fruit, candles, and several carved items were set, an indigenous woman approached the pope and presented him with a black ring, which appeared identical to the one she was wearing.

The ring appeared to be a tucum ring — a black ring worn in Brazil and Latin America as a sign of dedication to certain social causes, and often associated with liberation theology advocate Bishop Pedro Casaldáliga.”

Ecological ritual performed in Vatican gardens for pope’s tree planting ceremony