Live Footage…Pope Francis, Neo-Catholics Holding Sunday Mass


“Bring me to this rock that has the most incredible life.”

I guess all the mental institutions are full.

5 responses to “Live Footage…Pope Francis, Neo-Catholics Holding Sunday Mass”

  1. handjive

    Link quote: “our pontiff chose to use the majesty of his office and over 100 pages of mostly ambiguous and meaningless verbiage to lecture the world on the dangers of a pseudo environmental “crisis” manufactured by the Church’s enemies.”

    Confirmed @theconversation:

    “As I have argued elsewhere, the papal encyclical provides the climate movement with an “unlikely ally” with whom it can prosecute its own demands for climate justice and radical social change.”

    1. DirkH

      Well the EU will be sooo glad to throw more money they don’t have down a hole.

      Again, we face the big conundrum: Have the BRICS payed off the leaders of the Western world? Have the Saudis? Or do they enrich themselves with wind turbine subsidies and plan to wing it when it collapses? Or are they just senile alcoholics?

  2. Brian G Valentine

    There is no question of a correlation between increasing concentration of CO2 in the air and the incidence of paranoid schizophrenia. (And any other correlations with CO2 concentration appear to have no statistical basis.)

    Simple economics points to the benefits of building more institutions to care for the irreversibly mentally ill over demolishing economies in futile attempts to “cure” them.

    Joking aside, environmentalism has gone way beyond the ordinary interpretation of the word “verrückt”

  3. ColA

    Oh ya have to put the video above with this

    and send it to IPCC, Obama, Pope, Greenpeace hmmmm crap the list is almost endless!!!!

  4. M E Wood

    Just passing through the blog as I do occasionally.
    I thought you may have missed this.
    “Not what you read in the anti Catholic Media but I hope some may be willing to look at the record ”
    There are certain environmental issues where it is not easy to achieve a
    broad consensus. Here I would state once more that the Church does
    not presume to settle scientific questions or to replace politics. But I
    am concerned to encourage an honest and open debate so that
    particular interests or ideologies will not prejudice the common good.

    He also talks of the bad effect of the Media information overload. I hope that someone will bother to read this! 🙁

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