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Pope Francis is shaking up the church through politics, places and people

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Pope Francis is shaking up the church by being involved in politics, places, and people.

Being involved in the political affairs of the world, places are the world powers, and people are those who are disadvantaged.

Always interesting to see the world notice this Pope is standing out for being involved in political matters of the world and then he is angering those with power who have money and influence by again speaking of spreading the wealth to everyone so no one is poor and disadvantaged anymore...

To me every time I hear him say the rich should share their wealth I think of such hypocrisy look at where he lives, and what riches the church holds alone that he has power and he could distribute.

Mt 7:3 Why, then, do you look at the straw in your brother’s eye but do not notice the rafter in your own eye?.

It is only a matter of time when the world will notice the same.


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