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Pope, "Climate Change," WW3 and Defeating The Drug Cartels.

by Katherine Frisk: 



In Pope Francis’s latest on “Climate Change,” driven by  the Malthusian Hans Joachim Schellnhuber, who claimed that the earth’s capacity is only 1 billion people, many wondered what Schellnhuber , the Vatican and the Pope in particular intended to do with the other 6.5 billion? 962 more words


When in Rome

Monday 6/22
I’m not surprised that walking is a motif on this trip. We tend to walk an average of about 11 miles a day, and honestly I love it. 604 more words

Ratzinger, November 29, 2006

From July, the Pope and his steel gauntlet on dogmatic matters.

De Julio, el Papa y su guante de hierro en temas de dogma.


Conservative Christian Iron Age obsession

Stories of patriarchal Christian leaders groping, fondling, masturbating on or otherwise harassing or assaulting women—and having clandestine sex with men–seem to be a media staple of late. 1,919 more words


Milwaukee artist uses 17,000 condoms to make controversial Pope Benedict portrait

MILWAUKEE — The Milwaukee Art Museum is receiving backlash after making plans  to display a portrait of Pope Benedict XVI made from 17,000 condoms.

This portrait of Pope Benedict made of 17,000 condoms has Catholics in Milwaukee up in arms…

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Pope Francis to visit 9/11 memorial during U.S. trip

NEW YORK– Pope Francis will lead an ecumenical meeting for peace at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York during his first trip to the United States in September, according to the U.S. 374 more words


The Pope was once Elected by Accident

The procedure for choosing the new head of the Catholic church has been the same for centuries, the College of Cardinals, which is currently made up of 199 cardinals of the church around the world, hold a meeting at the Vatican called the “Papal Conclave” where they separate themselves from the rest of the world, hold discussions and then vote  individually for who they would like to see as the new Pope. 301 more words