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Why the Left Will Do All They Can to Hurt the New Pope Comments

Faithful Catholics knew from the moment Francis walked out on the balcony of St. Peter's Basilica, it was the beginning of his cross. The silent prayer he asked for, and during which he bowed, I believe was prayer that he could bear that cross with joy and fortitude, and that his ability to bear it would be provided by the prayers of his people.  Continue Reading

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  1. Kate
    1 year ago

    When I go on the Catholic Online website I want to be inspired. I'm ashamed to call myself Catholic after reading this article.

  2. Jack
    1 year ago

    I'm a liberal, and a religious Catholic and found this piece of garbage very offensive. I may disagree with the Democratic party on things like abortion but to say such exaggerated and untrue things is just causing more problems. Overall, the left advocates many things that are in agreement with the teachings of our church, namely, service and helping the poor.

    To the writer: You should be ashamed of yourself for writing such an offensive and hateful article; a true catholic would never say such things. Do you really talk to God with that mouth?


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