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Posted on 09/18/2023 6:00:47 PM PDT by DallasBiff
Sept. 18 (UPI) -- Pope Francis called for stronger measures to protect children, stop war and tackle climate change as he urged the world to "take action before it's too late" in comments Monday during a virtual conversation with former President Bill Clinton in New York City
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Why isn’t Francis working against Marxists Popes?
Why isn’t Francis working against Marxist Popes?
So sad. Il Papa has the science IQ of a gerbil.
He cares nothing for the saving of souls. Never seems to talk about it.
The Pope must have been nervous feeling humble looking up to the greatness of Bill Clinton. Did he address Bill as “Your Excellency”?
By some estimates, the Vatican is worth at least $60 billion. That includes cash, property, and art work.
How much of that fortune did the Pope pledge to protect children, stop war and tackle climate change? The article didn’t say.
Bill: Francis, I like your white dress. I used to like blue dresses better but let’s not get into that. (laughs)
Its too late
Just about 7 years left according to the lefts “scientists”
Sixty-Billion seems a bit low for.the Vatican’s wealth.
Leftist communists can become the pope. Now we know how Martin Luther felt.
Bill Clinton is a Catholic? Is the pope Catholic? So confusing.
Pope Marx I Speaks....
All that is left is his declaration that abortion is a sacred right.
Wow, check out this Pope and his two phony religions.
You want souls saved? Go with evangelism, not Catholicism.
IF the scientists of the world truly believed that the world was ending or that millions would die due to anthropomorphic climate change, they would be pushing for immediate change of power production to nuclear - the only current method that could put a huge dent in the use of fossil fuels to produce energy.
They wouldn't be pushing for electric cars that require electricity generated by fossil fuels and that use rare Earth metals mined by slave labor for their batteries.
But that's not what this is all about. It's about changing the political landscape of the world - to an immoral and spiritually bereft system based upon Marxism. God did to ‘rule’ the Earth and man by edict. God provided for self-determinism and free-will. Freedom matters to God. Governments, particularly secular and Marxist governments, take away self-determinism and steal freedom from individuals. It's a soulless way to govern.
You should pray more, ponder more, and embrace the humility that Christ embodied. It's not for you to demand how everyone else should live.
God did to = God did not
Woz had an idea. He was going to phreak the Vatican. Was going to make his voice sound like Henry Kissinger and then talk to the pope. The stunt was working until some priest along the chain said "your accent is not Henry Kissinger" before hanging up. Woz never got to talk to the pope.
One night in college, I decided I'd try to pull off what Wozniak couldn't. I found the Vatican's main phone line and called it.
Disguising my voice to sound like Bill Clinton's, I said that I was the President of the United States and that there some matters I had to talk with John Paul II about.
I got as far as the pope's residence. On the other end of the line was another priest. I said I was Bill Clinton and had to speak with His Holiness
Once again, I was told that my accent was fake before the priest hung up on me. But that I got so close to talking with JPII is something I'll always be proud of :-)
> Sixty-Billion seems a bit low for.the Vatican’s wealth. <
The Vatican is quite good at hiding its true wealth. I’ve seen numbers as low as $30 billion and as high as $120 billion. I picked $60 billion as a number somewhere in the middle. But who (except for the pope) really knows?
Some folks say that as a sovereign nation, the Vatican is within its rights to hide its true wealth. Well, I’d counter that by saying that no other nation has collection boxes all over the world. So maybe a little transparency would be a good thing.
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