Skip to comments.Pope Francis considers adding ‘ecological sin’ to Catholic Church Catechism
Posted on 11/18/2019 7:17:40 AM PST by SeekAndFind
Pope Francis is considering adding ecological sin to the official teachings of the Catholic Church.
He said there are plans to update the Catechism of the Catholic Church to include environmental damages that risk the common home of humanity.
The spiritual leader called on the global community to recognise ecocide as a fifth category of crime against peace and stressed corporations must not go unpunished if they cause harm to the planet.
He said the term ecocide covers the massive contamination of air, land and water resources, the large-scale destruction of flora and fauna and any action capable of producing an ecological disaster or destroying an ecosystem.
In his speech, Pope Francis also warned against the dangers of certain people adopting actions typical of Nazism and persecuting Jews, gypsies and people of homosexual orientation.
Hey poop how about doing your job and taking care of the poor - the truly poor ? the destitute?
Thats plenty of a big job for you and your Catholic organization there buddy
Stop worshiping trees , tring appease the LGBTXYQRZ crowd , raping little boys and focus on your main mission the mission of Christ which is to help the poor
Make everything a sin then sell indulgences to buy your way out? Wasn’t something like that tried before?
Well he’s gonna have to come up with something that’s a sin, now that he’s declared all the other ones ok.
Betting he has taken the “homosexual sin” out of the catechism.
Being a false pope should be a sin. His sins fall under thou shalt not lie and thou shalt not kill.
Who will rid us of this terrible priest !?
Not my Pope.
He’s really a druid...
...don’t make it harder than it is.
Man will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest.
Is the pope Catholic? No, really...is he?
Lol. GOOD one!
The pope has not kept up with the times. Fr. Guido had the extra commandments years ago!
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