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'King Money' has failed humanity, Pope Francis says Comments

Fearlessly denouncing capitalism and the pursuit of financial gain, Pope Francis now says that the worship and obeisance of "King Money" has done nothing for humanity in the long run. Francis, speaking out on the issue of high youth unemployment in his first interview in his native land of Argentina this week, warned that today's "throwaway culture" had discarded a generation of young Europeans. Continue Reading

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  1. MGM.
    9 months ago

    Pope meets with ex- KGB agent Putin and I guess it's mere chance serendipity that the Pope issues statements attacking capitalism ! wasn't this revealed in the 4th 5 6,7,8,9,10.11.12 ,13th finale or whatever Secret of Fatima! no wonder Popes kept the finale secret to themselves it's the Vatican that converts to Marxism not Russia converting to Catholcism! there's plenty of people out there right now formulating conspiracies like this and they actually believe it !The last couple of Masses I attended the Priest for the first time I ever recall spoke of the plight of American middle class workers ,thank God for the new Pope .

  2. Giancarlo Taliente
    9 months ago

    Before we lambast the pope. Lets make sure his words were not taken out of context again. The problem is not capitalism in Europe and Argentina, but a decided lack of it. Too much government control has led to the unemployment numbers we see in those two areas. Who in their right minds would grow a business in that environment.


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