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Bad News from London for the Pope. The Trial Puts the Screws on Him

by Sandro Magister on Settimo Cielo There were two practical tasks that the cardinals entrusted to Jorge Mario Bergoglio when they elected him pope in 2013: the reform of the curia and the reorganization of Vatican finances. On the first … Continue reading

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A Permissive Pope for a Permissive Age

By George Neumayr at The American Spectator: Jorge Bergoglio’s pontificate beyond parody continues apace. The latest papal farce revolves around his reiteration of support for homosexual civil unions. In a new documentary, Pope Francis says that homosexuals “have a right … Continue reading

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What makes Pope Francis tick?

Sandro Magister over at chiesa points out that the current flurry of publications containing Pope Francis’ writings, speeches and interviews helps to shed light on the man Jorge Mario Bergoglio and thus to explain some of the actions (or inactions) which have … Continue reading

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