The Pope addressed the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki over the weekend:
“It became the symbol of the boundless destructive power of man, when the achievements of science and technology are put to wrong use. It remains a permanent warning for humanity to reject war forever and to ban nuclear weapons and every weapon of mass destruction,” Francis said.
Go here to read the rest. PopeWatch assumes that the Pope will get around to condemning the atrocities committed by the Empire of Japan during World War II sometime around the 12th of Never. As for his statement that in war we always lose, here are some people who might have begged to differ with the Pope: