Pope Francis apologized for repeatedly slapping a woman’s hand and then pulling away from her during a walk through the square in Vatican City:
“We lose patience many times.”
“It happens to me too. I apologize for the bad example given yesterday.”
Ironically, the Pope then went on to decry violence against women in a speech at the Vatican. He said that if we want a better world, we should treat women with dignity.
The saying, “Practice what you preach,” has never been more apropos…
The Pope was greeting people when a woman grabbed his hand and pulled him towards her.
She was excited to see him and looked like she didn’t understand why he was so angry.
In an abrupt gesture, a woman pulled Pope Francis towards her after grabbing his hand at St. Peter's Square. Visibly disgruntled, the pope swiftly wrenched his hand free https://t.co/2nap3RhTHC pic.twitter.com/DbisIH8xP5
— Reuters (@Reuters) December 31, 2019
He was on his way to visit the Nativity scene set up in the Square in Vatican City when the incident with the woman in the crowd happened.
He doesn’t look too happy with what happened and the woman just looks bewildered:
What do you think? Was the Pope wrong, or was the woman wrong in pulling him towards her?
THE POPE RECENTLY SPOKE OUT ON “ECOLOGICAL SIN”:
It’s hard to believe that Pope Francis wants to add “ecological sin” to the Catholic Church’s catechism. He’s now worshipping the earth and the global warming agenda:
Speaking to a group of lawyers, Pope Francis said that the Catholic Church is contemplating the introduction of “ecological sin” to the compendium of Church teaching:
“We have to introduce, we are thinking about it, in the catechism of the Catholic Church, the sin against ecology, the sin against our common home, because it’s a duty.”
According to Crux Now, Pope Francis was speaking to the 20th world congress of the International Association of Penal Law, held in Rome Nov. 13-16, under the scope of “Criminal Justice and Corporate Business.”
The pope went on to talk about “ecocide” and how it relates to corporations around the world:
Pope Francis denounced the “ecocide” that corporations are “usually responsible for,” urging lawyers to guarantee these crimes don’t go unpunished.
Pope Francis and Michael Moore:
Ecocide, according to the Pope is “massive contamination of the air, of the land and water resources, large-scale destruction of flora and fauna, and any action capable of producing an ecological disaster or destroying an ecosystem.”
The loss or the destruction of ecosystems of a specific territory, Francis said, is the fifth category of crimes against peace, which should be recognized as such by the international community.
This pope needs to go!