Oh boy...
#1
Need we even say anything?

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#2
Yikes. Well not too surprising considering Papal support for the United Nations goes back to Paul VI.
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#3
The idea of some sort of international cooperative makes sense, but the UN takes things too far. As for Pope Francis, why does he think his opinion is so important?
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#4
I don't even know why I'm surprised anymore. The only man on the planet who could stand against the world, and he sides with it
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I mean no disrespect to the Papacy, but I have learned to ignore what Francis says.  I am hunkered down and waiting for God to send us a Godly leader who focuses on saving souls.
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Francis is part of the chastisement. Michael Matt quotes, 'It's the best of times and the worst of times', yeah for sure. Stand firm, pray that this is the time when God's going to raise up great saints.
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