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There is ANOTHER SIDE to Pope Francis. The face SOME DON'T WANT TO SEE Comments

The world is enamored with Pope Francis, for he is a doer of good deeds and an example of humility and kindness that hasn't seen in a world leader for perhaps centuries. Yet, there is another side to the Holy Father that we rarely see, but just like a real, loving father, he can be a strict disciplinarian. Continue Reading

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  1. Rae Marie
    11 months ago

    But Cardinal Burke never did anything wrong and conservative bishops aren't doing anything wrong either. Don't confuse conservative and formal with bureaucratic. They are two different things and the first are good things.. Yeah I can see the "bling guy" getting in trouble, but Burke?

  2. Stephen Volk
    11 months ago

    GERMAN BISHOPS... It would appear the long overdue disciplining of the Bishop of Bling barely scratches the surface in "Catholic" Germany. For years, German bishops have profiteered exorbitant profits from porno website money, as incredulous as that appears. Vatican II renegades like confirmed heretic Hans Kung need a final definitive statement on their warped "Catholicism." In Germany, Freemasonry and leftist liberal Marxism hand-in-hand have infiltrated German "parishes." So all one can say is: Go, Francis, Go! There is strength in purity and German liberal "bishops" need to be relegated to the past....

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