A Curious Juxtaposition

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The Pope. (Source)

Let it never be said that His Holiness does not contain multitudes. Consider the following:

“It is not healthy to love silence while fleeing interaction with others, to want peace and quiet while avoiding activity, to seek prayer while disdaining service.” – Pope Francis, Gaudete et Exultate 26

Pope Francis, 3rd of September 2018: “With people who don’t have good will, who seek only scandal, who want only division, who seek only destruction — including within the family: silence, prayer.”

Quelle surprise!

(C.C. Pecknold and I seem to have noticed the same point independently. Great minds and all that)

4 thoughts on “A Curious Juxtaposition

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  2. This is a good time for people to quit making excuses and get theirs heads out of their fantasy world.
    The foxes moved in on and have been put in charge of the henhouse.
    Yes this is a case of wolves in sheep’s clothing.
    The longer people are willing to live in denial the worse things will get.
    Think if you want God to look at you and find you making excuses for hateful actions and people who are well educated, smart and spent whole lifetimes planning ways to get into positions where they believe they are untouchable.
    No don’t judge them also don’t enable them with making excuses for them.
    Let God do His work, He’ll sort it out.

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