Pope Focuses on Purity

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Of the oceans:

 

In a message focusing on the “precious element” of water, Pope Francis has called for urgent action to combat the “emergency” of plastics littering seas and oceans.

He lamented the lack of effective regulation to protect the world’s waters while also drawing attention to the perilous ocean crossings made by migrants around the world.

To mark the World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation, Francis issued a statement intended to galvanise the global community into saving the “impressive and marvellous,” God-given gift of the “great waters and all they contain.” 

Go here to read the rest.  Yep, our Pope refuses to answer the Vigano allegations, part of a crisis that threatens to destroy the moral authority of the Church for decades to come, but he has plenty of time to mouth his ecological platitudes.  It would take the pen of a Boccaccio to do justice to this misbegotten pontificate.  Nero didn’t really fiddle while Rome burned, but the Church is on fire and our Pope is MIA.  Heckuva job Conclave of 2013, heckuva job.

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8 Comments

  1. Saw this Bergoglian idiocy yesterday. My wife, a nominal cultural Catholic, won’t go to Mass any longer. She’s done with it and wants to hear nothing else from or about this Pope. I am beyond myself with anger. I love the Church but despise this liberal progressive infestation and infection right at the very top! Damnable eco-wacko, enviro-nazi nonsense.

  2. As Gramps would say; “Go jump in the lake.”
    ( Ocean in this case. )

    Conclave 2013 was MIA in 2013.
    Jeepers creepers… what happened??
    The Kool aid was tainted and then some.

  3. Someone send him a whip (leave off the hammer and sickle) with instructions on how to use it on the wayward clergy (as if they were mere money-changers), before they turn into pillars of salt.

  4. “World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation?”
    This has got to be an Eye of the Tiber report, right? This cant be real.

  5. The environment is one the few subjects he can still speak about (though it is warped). He has no moral high ground left to speak on morality and theology due to his lack of leadership, pronouncements bordering on heresy and now silence when the Church needs a strong leader.

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