Thinking of people “anoints” him, Francis told his hagiographer Austen Ivereigh in a TheTablet.co.uk interview (April 8),
“It takes me out of my self-preoccupation” and “I have my areas of selfishness.” Francis new mantra is “creativity.” He uses it with different modifications ten times.
Again, he plays his Hitler card, accusing “populist speeches” and “political decisions” of “a few European politicians,” but lacks the guts to give names.
His solution for a better economy: “This is the time to move from using and misusing nature to contemplating it.” He calls this “the contemplative dimension.”
Francis mentions a bishop who wanted to give through-the-wall-absolutions to the sick inside the the hospital, but needed “canon lawyers” to find out that absolution can only be given in person.
Nevertheless, Francis encouraged him to continue with his useless and gnostic abuses. This is for Francis “the freedom of the Spirit” and “not a Church closed off in institutions.” If this is so, then the bishop should also perform through-the-wall-consecrations of the breakfast bread.
On a positive side: Francis criticises that “it’s very unusual these days to meet Down’s Syndrome people” because once they are detected, “they are binned.”
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I think nobody takes him seriously anymore.
Classic environmentalist economic policies. Like all Marxists, the Pope simply ignores eight years of President Obama' failure while implementing the same methodology..