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SIGNE DE CROIX
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Mancini, a devout Catholic, said Francis asked him, “Don’t you have other thoughts in this moment?”
Pope Francis is widely regarded as the first anti-Catholic pope.
HerzMariae
As @Deacon Nick Donnelly said on Twitter: "Francis stopped making the sign of the cross, now he's stopping others"
HerzMariae
Bishop Tobin on the case
De Profundis
Francis has spoken about the importance making a Sign of the Cross during his prepared general audience catechises (April 18, 2018):

"The Cross is the badge that shows who we are: our words, thoughts, gaze, works are under the sign of the Cross, that is, under the sign of Jesus’ love to the very end. Children are marked on the forehead. Adult catechumens are also marked, on all their senses, …More
Francis has spoken about the importance making a Sign of the Cross during his prepared general audience catechises (April 18, 2018):

"The Cross is the badge that shows who we are: our words, thoughts, gaze, works are under the sign of the Cross, that is, under the sign of Jesus’ love to the very end. Children are marked on the forehead. Adult catechumens are also marked, on all their senses, with these words: “Receive the sign of the cross on your ears, that you may hear the voice of the Lord”; “Receive the sign of the cross on your eyes, that you may see the glory of God”; “Receive the sign of the cross on your lips, that you may respond to the word of God”; “Receive the sign of the cross over your heart, that Christ may dwell there by faith”; “Receive the sign of the cross on your shoulders, that you may bear the gentle yoke of Christ” (Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults”, n. 85). We become Christians in the measure to which the Cross is imprinted on us as a “paschal” mark (cf. Rev 14:1; 22:4), making visible, also outwardly, the Christian way of confronting life. Making the sign of the Cross when we wake, before meals, in facing danger, to protect against evil, in the evening before we sleep, means telling ourselves and others whom we belong to, whom we want to be. This is why it is so important to teach children how to make the sign of the Cross properly. And as we do upon entering a church, we can also do so at home, by keeping a bit of holy water in a suitable little vase — some families do so: this way, each time we come in or go out, by making the sign of the Cross with that water we remember that we are baptized. Do not forget, I repeat: teach the children how to make the sign of the Cross."
advoluntas@aol.com
Unrepentant Jorge of the Pachamamas would love if you use the sign of the Pachamamas instead.
St Michael the Archangel defend us in battle.
johnandannette
That is obviously bad advice, and dare I say evil disguised as as humility !!
iwirawan