Pope Denounces ‘Racist, Xenophobic’ Attitudes Toward Immigrants

Elise Harris, Catholic News Agency, July 15, 2014

In his message for the Mexico-Holy See Colloquium on Migration and Development Pope Francis called for a change in the way migrants are viewed, giving particular emphasis to unaccompanied children.

“Many people forced to emigrate suffer, and often, die tragically; many of their rights are violated, they are obliged to separate from their families and, unfortunately, continue to be the subject of racist and xenophobic attitudes,” the Roman Pontiff stated in the July 15 message.

The Pope’s letter was read aloud during the July 14-15 colloquium by the Holy See’s Apostolic Nuncio to Mexico, Christophe Pierre. Vatican Secretary of State Pietro Parolin was also present.

Pope Francis drew attention specifically to the “tens of thousands” of children who migrate alone, particularly from Central America and Mexico to cross the border of the United States in order to escape poverty and violence.

Their pursuit of hope “in most cases turns out to be vain,” the Pope lamented, explaining that the number of unaccompanied child migrants is “increasing day by day.”

“This humanitarian emergency requires, as a first urgent measure, these children be welcomed and protected.”

However, these protective measures will not be enough, he said, “unless they are accompanied by policies that inform people about the dangers of such a journey and, above all, that promote development in their countries of origin.”

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“Faced with this situation,” the pontiff continued, “I repeat what I have affirmed in this year’s Message for the World Day of Migrants and Refugees: ‘A change of attitude towards migrants and refugees is needed on the part of everyone.’”

Pope Francis called the faithful to move “away from attitudes of defensiveness and fear, indifference and marginalization–all typical of a throwaway culture,” and instead foster “attitudes based on a culture of encounter, the only culture capable of building a better, more just and fraternal world.”

He called on the entire international community to give greater attention to the issue, so that “new forms of legal and secure migration may be adopted.”

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  • MekongDelta69

    So tell all of the “poor, oppressed ‘migrant'(cough) chilluns” to go to the Vatican.

    • Katherine McChesney

      He should keep his big fat mouth shut and take care of the corruption in his church before telling us how to treat illegals.

      • Pro_Whitey

        As kind of a Cat-lick, I extend the middle fingers of dissent to the Pope. The Cat-lick church can set up reguee camps in their home countries and reunite their families there.

      • Sick of it

        His priests are too busy raping little boys to deal with corruption in the church.

    • italian guy

      These hypocrites deport every illegal immigrant from the Vatican, I’m not joking.

      • propagandaoftruth

        No kidding. Why doesn’t the Vatican fly them all in to hang with the popey so he can mewl over them and wash their feet for the Marxist media to see.
        I detest this Dom Helder Camara commie “Pope”.

        And yeah…technically I’m still a converso Catholic. Hey, at least Pope Karl Marx the 1st seems to be cleaning up the pedophile priest thing. I was thinking with all those black African priests they’re flooding into Europa, combined with hordes of parentless little brownie kids…would have been a pedophilic holocaust putting those two groups together…

        • italian guy

          “I was thinking with all those black African priests they’re flooding into Europa”
          Here in Italy priests visit people’s homes once a year, they bless your house and who lives there (it’s about faith and they don’t ask money or anything)… well, i remember when a couple of years ago i opened the door and i found my self in front of an African priest, i was shocked! (i would pay to see my face at that time) i know it’s silly, but it’s something i would have never expected, i mean, there are even young priests here! why sending around that guy? it’s obvious propaganda made by the church, tolerance/we are all the same blah blah blah I consider myself Christian but i don’t support this kind of church obviously.

          • propagandaoftruth

            Viva Italia.

            To Hell with the Pharisees. God is Truth and he hates Marxist popes…

          • ShermanTMcCoy

            I hope you didn’t let the baboon in. Think of the fumigation and checking for stolen objects you would have to do afterwards.

      • Anan7

        Do you have a reference for that? I can’t find it on Google search.

      • shmo123

        Vatican City is about a 1/5 of a square mile. They couldn’t take immigrants if they wanted to–there’s literally no place for them to live.

        • We’re expected to take in unlimited numbers, but we have finite space and resources.

          • shmo123

            I agree with you. I’m tired of us being the dumping ground for the world, and if it were up to me, I’d put a moratorium on all immigration for the next 20 years at least. I’m just stating a fact about the postage stamp size of Vatican City. It would be like trying to cram the contents of Giants stadium into a phone booth–not gonna happen. As for scouring the world and dragging the poor and indigent over here, I know of nothing in the bible that mentions anything about that. While I’m at it, I’m disgusted by those Catholic, Protestant and Jewish groups who go around the world scooping up “refugees” and dumping them on the American taxpayer. Ideally they should be stopped from doing this at all, or the numbers they’re allowed to bring in drastically lowered; and, if the people they drag over here aren’t able to support themselves, they should be held financially liable. That would bring the refugee scam to a screeching halt almost overnight.

    • WR_the_realist

      Where they can be sexual molested.

  • Drina2

    No, Pope Francis. I will NOT change my attitude towards the people who are invading my country and coming to take over and replace (or genocide) my people. How dare he tells us (White Americans) that we have to accept an invasion of our country.
    Why doesn’t the Pope demand that the leaders of the invaders’ countries provide for their own people and not dump their own people onto the United States?

    • Erasmus

      I went to the original article and explained that I really don’t care what his “holiness” wants, and that if/when I meet my maker, I will do so with a conscience, clear and untroubled for demanding this country be protected and not given away to an invading horde.

  • Yet, there’s a wall around Vatican City. Technically, Vatican City is an independent country, so that wall is a border wall.

    What does The Vatican have against immigrants? Why all their xenophobia?

  • Alexandra1973

    Mexico is predominantly Catholic.

    The current pope is a Jesuit. Hm.

    I’d like to see how well he takes the suggestion to sell off some of the Vatican’s treasures and help the people he considers “poor.”

    • Homo_Occidentalis

      Mexico is predominantly Catholic.

      He no doubt welcomes the prospect of a majority-Catholic America. Crusades in the 21st century are not fought with swords and spears, but with anchor babies and food stamps. He no doubt hopes to conquer America for Catholicism by employing the fecundity of the Mexican races.

      • Katherine McChesney

        This is part of the Jesuit Counter reformation as outlined in books regarding Ignatius Loyola founding of the Society of “Jesus”.

        • David Ashton

          What are your references to immigration in Jesuit classics?

          • Katherine McChesney

            The Jesuits were organized to bring the world under control of the Vatican. Flooding the U.S. with Catholics is changing Protestant America to Catholic America. Fr. Charles Chiniquy addresses the immigrant situation in his book “50 Years in the ‘Church’ of Rome.

          • HE2

            Alexandra, as a Mexifornia resident, I I observe first hand; the majority of peasant class pushing into our country are not predominantly Papist Roman Catholic.
            They are increasingly fundamentalist Protestant or Pentecostals.
            I am sure that the Pope is aware of this.

          • HE2

            The book, “50 Years in the ‘Church” of Rome” was originally published in 1886. The world [and the RCC] has changed significantly since that time.

          • Katherine McChesney

            Yes, but the Jesuits mission has no since it’s founding. Flooding Protestant countries with Catholics is and always has been their mission. You might also read Malachi Martin’s books about the Jesuits. He exposes them for the criminals that they are.

          • HE2

            I own a copy. That is how I know the man’s standing on this subject, and its original publication date.
            Catholic bashing is popular, I know, but to me, the RCC is no more corrupt, their clergy no more likely to abuse power, commit sexual improprieties with parishioners or liturgical helpers than Protestant. The RC church data are more centralized, incidents clumped together and more sensationalized, the records easier accessed.
            The RCC paedophilia is more about man/boy homosexuality than clinical paedophilia.
            Research Protestant vs RCC incident data, but one needs be careful to avoid sites representing either end of the bias spectrum.
            We need to agree to disagree.
            As a nonChristian, I do not have a dog in this race, other than a wish for fair minded, skillful, unemotional balance on the subject.

        • tlk244182

          I wish this were part of the counter-Reformation, and that this pope were like St. Ignatius.

      • ZB01

        Latin America is turning Protestant. It has been since the 1960’s. And, as Mexicans steal their way into our great nation, they increasingly become Protestant, too….Finally, from my own personal experience, the “Catholicism” of Mexican is a wholly different thing from the Catholicism of Whites, generally speaking.

        • Dale McNamee

          The “Catholicism” of Latin America is “Liberation Theology” (Jesus & Che’ All the Way!),machismo,nationalism,and cult of personality…

          “Liberation Theology” has been there since the late ’60’s… Brought by US seminary trained clergy… Most notably, the Maryknollers…

    • me

      Commented above before I read your comment. You are absolutely right.

      • David Ashton

        This picture is an unfair assessment of this man.

        • me

          Why?

          • David Ashton

            Because he did not advocate or promote pedophile abuse.

      • Katherine McChesney

        This is true of this man. After all under the direction of Karol Wojtyla he protected the pedophiles. He also claimed the boys ‘flirted’ with the priests.

        • David Ashton

          There was an inherited problem of homosexual priests as a result of the previous post-Vatican 2 “liberalization” which was difficult to recognize and deal with.

  • DavidSNESGAMER

    I have an online friend, Pietro, who lives in central Italy. He’s about the most sweethearted young man you’ll ever chat with….

    ….and yet he LEAPS at the opportunity to start speaking in the most racist manner possible – every epithet you can imagine – that his little Italian town has been taken over by Africans. It was a peaceful little community for hundreds of years, now all of the sudden everybody has to lock their doors, get car alarms, etc., etc.

    In Italy, speaking badly about the Pope is nearly blasphemy, but Pietro just is like a rabid dog cursing the Pope on this matter.

    • propagandaoftruth

      Pope Francis called the faithful to move “away from attitudes of defensiveness and fear, indifference and marginalization–all typical of a throwaway culture,” and instead foster “attitudes based on a culture of encounter, the only culture capable of building a better, more just and fraternal world.”
      ——————————-

      Culture of encounter? Praise commie Jesus…

      • tlk244182

        I find it interesting, and disgusting, that the Pope says a culture of encounter, not a Catholic culture, is the only one capable of building a better world. I say this with the caveat that this may not be an accurate characterization of what he said, although that excuse is beginning to wear thin.

        • propagandaoftruth

          Sounds like either a poor translation or a perfect translation of Marxist hippy dippy crapola…

          Good point.

    • drokkit lawgiver

      Thats because they ruin everything.

  • Truthseeker

    Now we can truly join hands and be one world! One Third World, that is.

    • Alexandra1973

      I think that’s why they want Whites out of the picture. We’re not as easy to subdue as third-worlders.

  • LHathaway

    The Pope is absolutely right. Mexico should take these immigrants from Central and SAmerica in and embrace them. The Pope should stop short and recognize that language barriers exist and that these barriors are nearer to being insurmountable.

  • Dave4088

    Christianity isn’t a bulwark against anything that threatens the existence of white people. This is just more universalist, Marxist claptrap from the pope and the Catholic church has lost any moral authority to opine on matters concerning people of European stock.

    • Einsatzgrenadier

      Christianity is a stupid religion that generally attracts morons for believers and causes nothing but problems, especially for white people. Furthermore, Christianity is just another word for white genocide. Time for the white man to find a new religion for himself or grow up and deal with the fact that there is no god in this cold, mechanistic universe we inhabit.

      • Spoken by someone who truly understands Christianity and its influence on western society. (sarc)

        • Einsatzgrenadier

          I have a much deeper understanding of Christianity than you. Its influence on western society has been largely destructive. As someone who has witnessed the murderous, destructive impact of the Christian religion firsthand, all I can say is that this genocidal, egalitarian and pro-miscegenationist cult must be completely eradicated from the surface of the planet.

      • So CAL Snowman

        I’m all for a return to the Pagan Gods of our Norse ancestors. Men who look upon Thor and Odin with admiration would never let themselves be colonized by third world mud people. I agree that it is absurd to believe that some mystical, elderly looking White man in the sky is watching over everything. I prefer to look at God as THE universe and everything in it. God is in the trees, in the stars, in the quasars, in the black holes (if they exist), in everything. Science is the key to understanding what we call God. As we learn more about the natural world and our universe we learn more about God and how he/it works. That’s what makes the White man closer to “God” than any of the other races. We are naturally curious about our world and our universe and we desire to understand how it works. By understanding cellular respiration or how a star forms, we are becoming closer to God and the nature of the Universe. Worship at buildings and paying tithes to the church does nothing to bring one closer to God because it does nothing to further our understanding of our reality. If free will is truly a gift from God, then using that free will to understand the true nature of the universe is the ultimate tribute to God.

        • jayvbellis

          Might Thor doesn’t ….

          Turn the other cheek!

          And stop worshipping a Jewish virgin.

    • David Ashton

      What price Hilaire Belloc now – “Europe is the Faith”?

  • Marc Zuckurburg

    This almost makes me want to convert to Catholicism.

    What holds me back is that Church still has a hangup with graven images, adultery, stealing, lying, covetousness, lust, gluttony, greed and pride. You know, all the good stuff, all the stuff which made me, me. The great Marc Zuckurburg.

    • Alexandra1973

      They *specialize* in that. You’d fit right in!

      • HE2

        Alexandra, all interconnected and organized Christian churches have sold out to the kumbaya ideology of Marxist Utopian globalization.
        The Catholics just happen to have a powerful, internationally recognized spokesman.

        • Alexandra1973

          My church doesn’t buy into ecumenism. It only cares about “thus saith the Lord.”

          I agree with the Dalai Lama though. Fix up your own home instead of squatting in everyone else’s.

          • HE2

            Though against the resettlement scams perpetrated in the name of unified Christian compassion, I have no problem with interdenominational harmony.
            In the rural village of my birth, various fundamentalist church choirs refuse to participate in the community chorus’ annual one time performance of the Messiah when it is performed in the LDS church, which houses the largest auditorium in town.
            Petty and ridiculous, to my way of thinking.
            In my view, it is toxic for various denominations to negate the traditions of others in this manner.
            Especially when we are in danger of losing our race.

        • Homo_Occidentalis

          Mass-immigration of Han Chinese into the Tibetan homeland = genocide.

          Mass-immigration of all races into the white homeland = cultural enrichment

          I will have no sympathy for the Dalai Lama until he recognizes that the plight our people face is no less dire than the oblivion facing Tibetan culture. Seeing as he relies on the support of the Satanic Western powers, I could be waiting a long time.

          • HE2

            I will have no sympathy for the Dalai Lama until he recognizes that the
            plight our people face is no less dire than the oblivion facing Tibetan
            culture.

            Homo_Occ, the DL does recognize the phenomenon of racial and cultural replacement plight, thus his understanding and empathic response.
            Whoa, your statement is a bit harsh. Nothing about this man is satanic.

    • journey

      They also used to practiced a lot of murder, burning at the stake, and torture. Guess all that went by the wayside. But all of the above you mentioned still goes which is enough fun, right?

      • Marc Zuckurburg

        Another thing which they’d lay off is all this talk:

        For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows.

        How can they sit there and say that loving money is the root of evil which causes people not to have faith and have a lot of grief? Look at my favorite person in the whole world, me. I love money more than anything else in existence. And I haven’t lost faith in myself, in fact I know I can do and accomplish anything. And I don’t have much grief either, except I’m getting a bit perturbed and frustrated over how it’s taking so long to get comprehensive immigration reform.

        Yeah, it’s good being me.

        • me

          Mammon worship is soooo passé. You need to get with the times, baby. It’s all about Lucifer now!

          • Marc Zuckurburg

            Sure that’s true, that sign. But I plan on living forever. I can buy anything, heck, why not immortality? Or is that immorality? Beats me.

          • me

            It’s just one soul transference away….

    • me

      Marc!
      I think that you should definitely convert to Roman Catholicism. It’s Marxist, it’s hypocritical, it’s the wealthiest gelded ‘institution’ in the world, and it likes to f#$k young boys in their bums. You’d fit right in!

  • Dave West

    White nations must bring in brown latinos since they are unable to sustain stable countries of their own. But as we all know America is this magical place where even people from the most uncivilized of cultures can be transformed into typical white Americans!

  • dd121

    With apologies to our Catholic friends, I think the Pope is a commie fool.

    • He IS a commie fool . . . and I’m not making any damn apologies!

      • tlk244182

        I dont think he’s a formal commie, but I agree that he’s a fool. I say this as a Catholic.

        • You’re correct, he’s not ‘formally’ a communist, but he’s sympathetic to many of their ideas though he would probably not agree with every jot and tittle of their political dogma. Maybe ‘socialist’ would be a more appropriate term.

          • dd121

            Don’t know why I got deleted. I just told the truth. The truth has a few rough edges and sometimes you get nicked.

          • journey

            This website has a habit of doing that. When I want really want to get rough and mean, I have to post on another website.

          • dd121

            We’re trained to be gentlemen here. I wonder how far that’s going to get us in our fight to save our civilization?

          • RisingReich

            That kind of wuss attitude is exactly how we got here, and for some reason the mods here believe continuing on with “civility” is going to help us reach a different outcome.

            As you well know, that’s insanity defined.

          • RisingReich

            And as expected my very normal, polite retort was DELETED AGAIN.

            This site will take no criticism, and will never allow anyone on here to suggest that civility is exactly what the problem is.

            My deleted posts are proof enough.

          • RisingReich

            Don’t feel bad. The mods here edited a post in which I referred to “crappy” benefits. The mods are so neutered here they had to remove “crappy”. That was apparently just way too “uncivilized”.

            I get the idea that in the face of total annihilation, they would expect us to pull a copy of the good book and attempt to rationalize with people as they gutted us head to toe.

  • Evette Coutier

    If the pope is so hot on immigration, why doesn’t he take them into the Vatican and take care of them himself? Those who don’t lead by example have no credibility.

    • RisingReich

      and are hypocrites.

  • Evil Racist Bigot

    I would agree that we do need new forms of immigration. Namely the immigration of third worlders living in the west back to the third world.

    But doubtless the “new” kinds of immigration the self righteous arsehole in the Vatican means is just more of the same movement of people from shitty countries to prosperous countries that we have seen so much of already.

    It is curious that a man who supposedly communicates directly with an omniscient being seems to be oblivious to the fact that countries are the way they are because of the people who inhabit them, and that moving stupid poverty and crime prone populations to nice countries will simply recreate precisely the same conditions they were fleeing from in the up until recently nice countries. The only way to maintain any prosperous nations at all is exclusionary border controls that keep out the detritus of the third world.

    But hey, if I am wrong, and you really can create prosperity for all simply by moving dysfunctional people to rich areas, well the Vatican has plenty of money, so why not practice what you preach Pope of flood the holy city with Somalis and Haitians? Indeed it would be a mutually beneficial transaction. The Africans could enjoy increased wealth, and the priests would have an influx of young boys to sodomise.

    As an aside, if there is a God and he really did want to prove his existence, he could do something truly miraculous and make a prosperous and crime free society of Africans.

  • Frank_DeScushin

    The Vatican is a spacious, multimillion dollar castle that could certainly fit a multitude of poor migrants. How many has the Pope taken in?

    • The Pope, like all liberals, follows the principle of ‘do as I say, not as I do.’

    • Erasmus

      Her holiness can get stuffed.

  • Andy

    “attitudes based on a culture of encounter, the only culture capable of building a better, more just and fraternal world.”

    ________________________

    And here I thought Christianity held that *Christ* was the one who’d fix the world.

    • HE2

      The Christian Church has bought the principles of Marxist based cynical atheism. I wonder what the asking price was.

  • Zaporizhian Sich

    I was always uneasy and uncomfortable with Catholicism, now I understand why many nations do not want them in their midst and why some nations have waged bloody wars to expel or exterminate them. At least Russian Orthodoxy does not have a death wish against whites the way Catholicism clearly does.

  • So CAL Snowman

    With all of these unaccompanied children it seems like the perfect opportunity for the Catholic church to do some underage grooming. I’m sure the Vatican has many priests than can “sympathize” with these poor children.

  • TheCogitator

    If the Pope is serious he should sell some of that bleeping gold the church has scammed from the poor he professes to care so much about, and then he should bring them to live with him in the Vatican. If he isn’t willing to liquidate the riches of the Catholic Church to give to the poor, or find them a place to live where they are wanted, he should keep his sanctmonious mouth shut.

    • r j p

      Got to hold that back to cover the lawsuits by the homosexuals who claim they were molested by priests. They were never molested, they were homosexual to begin with. Now they are just looking for money at the expense of the Church. They are pathetic money grubbing f*gg*ts.

      • me

        Wut?
        rjp, you are truly a ‘believer’. I like you, but I have to call bs on that last statement. A lot of little boys and girls were damaged, traumatized, and raped by these ‘priests’, these ‘representatives of Christ’. You need to recognize this, if nothing else, about the evils that the Roman Catholic church has done. The Roman Catholic church lost all credibility when they turned away from God. WWJD?

    • journey

      Just another self righteous hypocrite. The Italians do not pay too much attention to the Pope. And he’s right there in their midst.

  • David Ashton

    Development at home, not endless migration to the white world.

    • journey

      It’s all about money, big money. The churches and charities get big federal bucks in trafficking third world peoples into this country.

    • Rhialto

      This is correct. For the cost of sustaining one Thirdworld “refugee” in the West, many could be helped by aid and education in their own countries.

      Paying them to be sterilized (not castrated or hysterectomized) would be very effective aid.

  • jayvbellis

    Rand Paul justly deserved being voted the worst traitor in America for 2013. But, this current liberation theology, pro Muslim immigration Pope is the worst traitor for what is left if the White world!

    I noted this idiot was making tweets during the Soccer World Cup celebrating the union of all nations and all.. religions!

    Isn’t he supposed to promote his religion, the Catholic Religion?

    Instead he just has his finger to the wind mouthing PC Leftist nonsense.

    • I remember when OD did its 2013 traitor of the year poll. Rand Paul was a finalist, but I voted for Pope Francis, simply because he’s the leader of a church with a white following that numbers in the hundreds of millions, who take as an article of faith that he’s the Vicar of Christ.

  • NoMosqueHere

    Blacks n’ Browns represent the growth of Catholicism. Most whites are disillusioned.

    • M.

      Exactly, they’re the future customers, and the Pope knows that.

  • drokkit lawgiver

    Shouldn’t he be concentrating on all the pedophiles in the Catholic church?

  • RisingReich

    This is exactly why I left the church (well one of the many reasons) and have given up on all organized religion.

    Life right now is hard enough, I don’t need to waste half a Sunday listening to this kind of drivel.

  • Greg Thomas

    Why does the Church never demand that mexico fix the problems in their own country, so that millions of their poor do not feel compelled to invade our country. I guess it is easier to call Americans a bunch of “racist xenophobes” rather than put mexico on the spot and demand they make changes to keep their poor in their own country.

    Therefore, under the circumstances, my “racist and xenophobic attitudes,” are necessary.

  • Rhialto

    Perhaps the Pope is trying to gain some goodwill from the Liberal establishment by supporting the Liberal’s favorite tactic. I predict limited and temporary success, at best.

  • MBlanc46

    Tell Obama to start sending all these “children” to the Vatican.

  • IstvanIN

    Did Pope Frank ever consider lecturing the corrupt governments and criminals of the countries the “migrants” are “escaping” from that perhaps they should clean up their acts and make their countries liveable? How about lecturing the women who have children out of wedlock that they can not afford? How about the men that do not support the children they sire? The real problem is in Latin America, not the US Frankie baby.

  • Anglo

    After Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected Pope on March 12, 2013, Time Magazine
    declared Pope Francis to be the “New World Pope.” So, the New Age is awakening?
    I DON’T TAKE MY ORDERS FROM THE POPE!

  • Alexandra1973

    My my my, aren’t these guys all palsy-walsy!

  • Adolf Verloc

    One more reason that I’m a Protestant atheist rather than a Catholic atheist.

  • r j p

    And the RC Church will never see another $ I earn again in my life.

  • De Doc

    I’d say we ought to ship these kids to the Vatican, but the Catholic Church has a rather shady and creepy record treating the young.

  • journey

    What a hypocrite. How about giving away those million/trillions hoarded by the Catholic Church to the needy that you are hollering about?

  • journey

    Those churches and charities make big federal bucks hauling third worlders into this country.

  • HE2

    This is true in Mexifornia. Most of the Valley mestizos, just as blacks, gravitate toward charismatic churches, aka, literalistic Protestant/ Pentecostal.
    They too, like the noisy, emotional component of a worship service.

  • propagandaoftruth

    Funny. No darkies busting down the doors to get into Argentina, a country probably Whiter than here now.

    Maybe that’s it. Whites in Latin America dumping their trash on us…

    • George Costanza

      I believe it was Sherlock Holmes who said, “If you eliminate all logical solutions to a problem – all illogical solutions, however unlikely, become inevitably true.”

  • ShermanTMcCoy

    A pope of whom I may confidently say that his interests have little to do with the Church of Christ. He’s going to burn in hell.

  • ShermanTMcCoy

    But to be a Muslim really requires a low IQ.

    • me

      Either way, there’s going to be a ‘Holy War’ on U.S. soil when these two worlds collide…..

  • drakeshelton

    When will my brothers realize that it is the Jesuits not the Jews who are behind their genocide?

    • me

      What’s the difference?

  • ATBOTL

    The Catholic church has lots of valuable property that would be better off in the hands of nationalists.

  • ElComadreja

    The Pope can go to Hell.

    • Alexandra1973

      He’s on the road to it.

      On that note, it cracks me up that on occasion when a pope dies they’re out wanting to sing masses to get him out of purgatory. Well, if the pope is supposed to be Christ on earth…think about that.

      Their religion does not save.

  • Erasmus

    His holiness can, respectfully, go sod himself.

    I no longer give money to the Catholic Church. I no longer give money to foreign missions. My first moral duty is to my fellow European-Americans.

  • The Final Solution

    Then let the Vatican open up its doors to a few million migrants. Don’t worry Pope, it won’t change the tiniest nation in the world, it will only enrich it beyond imagination.

  • Dale McNamee

    Vatican City has plenty of room for them… And the Pope has several residences like Castle Gandolfo… They can easily be housed there too…

  • Surely illegal immigration is a temporal matter, rather than a religious one, so the admonition to “render unto Caesar those things that are Caesar’s” applies here. The Pope should therefore drink a nice, tall glass of Shut Up.

  • Garrett Brown

    Remember when the Pope called for Crusades to take back Christian European lands, and to cleanse all sand flea usurpers that attempted to take that land? I miss that Pope.

  • rosy14

    The more the Bishop of Roma speaks- i called him Bishop of Rome because this is the title with wich he presented himself the first time, and because I’m not at all confident in the ” freely given dimissions” of Benedict XVI- the more Italian catholics, and not only them, will start distancing themselves from him and the Vatican.
    By the way all American Cardinals voted for him, while many Italians did not. So you can understand who is pulling the strings of this puppet.
    And please don’t mix St Ignacius’s name and memory with this disgraceful heir of him.
    Rosa, Italy

  • Thomas Hart Sinclair

    He no playa da game; he no maka da rules.

  • me

    The Pope is a xenophile. XENOPHILE. Two people can play the ‘doublespeak’ Orwell game. The Pope just wants more Catholic babies in the USA. This is how you take over a country. He wants to party like its 1499.
    Between the Vatican and the Muslims, there may be a ‘holy war’ right here on American soil….

  • Pat Kittle

    Pope:

    We realize your priests are running out of young boys to molest, but that should not determine US immigration policy.

  • HE2

    You are right, based on my observations, StillModerated. Traditional Papist RC liturgy has been all but abandoned.
    Primitive Pentecostal-ism is a much better fit, integrating more smoothly with the practices of witchcraft and other rituals of these backward cultures.

  • HE2

    Mine, too, Depue. As said before, he was a complex, conflicted, but noble gentleman, a true patriot.

  • ZB01

    Ever since the Ordination Rite for the ordination of a priest and the consecration of a bishop was changed, in 1969, such that the words do not signify the conveying of sacerdotal power to offer sacrifice, there has been a serious doubt as to the validity of both priests and bishops. Ratzinger was consecrated in the New Rite, but ordained in the old; and Bergoglio was ordained and consecrated new style. The upshot is that Francis I is a layman; and Benedict is only an apostate Catholic priest; he is not a bishop.

  • Katherine McChesney

    No I haven’t. Isn’t it a work of fiction? Probably an interesting ‘read’ anyway but I usually don’t read fiction. “The Jesuits” is my favorite of all his books.