PopeWatch: Evil Clowns

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Occasionally, even the minions of a Communist tyranny speak the truth:

 

A Jesuit who worked in China for 25 years as a publisher, had an entire print run of books seized and shredded last week because the books contained six footnotes referring to Catholic Social Teaching.

Communist officials explained to the Jesuit, “Your pope says we get to decide if this is in accordance with Chinese values”. The incident was reported by Deacon Stephen Morgan (Twitter, December 17).

Go here to read the rest.  Faithful readers of PopeWatch will recall this observation of the Pope’s left hand man Archbishop Marcelo Sanchez Sorondo that “those who are best implementing the social doctrine of the Church are the Chinese.”  Go here to read the rest.

This is the time of year for making predictions and Popewatch will make two:

 

  1.  One day China will be free.
  2.  One day the Vatican will not have evil clowns running it.

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8 Comments

  1. “Some feel doubt and perplexity, while others sense themselves somehow abandoned by the Holy See,” Francis wrote in his letter, acknowledging “the gift of your fidelity, your constancy amid trials.”

    Fidelity?
    Yes. The underground church knows fidelity to the Faith. The Pope?

  2. “ One day China will be free.
    One day the Vatican will not have evil clowns running it.”

    But sadly it won’t be this day.

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