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Quote of the Day || June 22, 2015

“You see, now, when a Pontiff talks about climate change, he doesn’t just mean that some of you will be going to Hell.”

– Pope Francis

A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote.

9 thoughts on “Quote of the Day || June 22, 2015”

  1. How about a real quote from the Pope:

    “The Earth, our home, is beginning to look more and more like an immense pile of filth,” Francis said.

    Speaking of “filth”, instead of lecturing the world on “climate change”, how about spending some time worrying about the continuing problem of pedophilia, (and cover-ups), within the Catholic church.

    A Google search might help:

    1. When the first accusations of sexual misconduct were made known years ago, it was almost unbelieveable to me and many other Catholics. Now that we know of so many events that the Church did their best to hide, cover up, or just pretend never happened, it’s a great shame for all of us to bear.
      We all admired and respected the vow of celibacy of our clergy, so the truth that they not only sinned, but sinned in homosexual ways with children was devastating.

      We don’t need to be reminded of this betrayal of all we believed and the crimes they committed.

    2. Climate change ‘Ponttifying’ instead of challenging & slinging the arrows of outrageous filth at Pedophilia ? Really? The Pope is another politician dressed in robes .
      Denial ain’t just a river in Eygpt!
      M Twain(?)

  2. Not happy with the Pope.

    Obama and the Left use him. But he allows it. And this is not helping an already divided Roman Catholic Church.

  3. He appears to be shedding a crazy light on religion. My Grandpa was a Lutheran Pastor and I was raised that way. I think me and my family will be just fine thank you

  4. I would rather see the Pope get angry, really angry, about the persecution of Christians in the Middle East and Africa.

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