The Head of Catholic Church Pope Francis: “Conservativism Is a Suicidal Attitude”

In April 2021, Pope Francis held mass at the Church of the Holy Spirit in Sassia, located in the heart of Rome.

During his homily, Pope Francis emphasized that “sharing ownership is not communism, but pure Christianity.”

This statement sparked controversy, as critics argue that sharing ownership aligns precisely with the definition of communism.

In January 2022, Pope Francis addressed tax authorities, describing taxation as “a necessary tool for wealth redistribution.”

Rush Limbaugh was right way back in 2013 when called this pope a Marxist.

Throughout his tenure as leader of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis has made significant efforts to isolate conservative Catholics.

Pope Francis continues to push for Marxist initiatives such as global warming legislation. He has also criticized national borders and has attacked President Trump for his efforts to strengthen the U.S. border.

In his latest interview with 60 Minutes Pope Francis openly attacked conservatives.

Pope Francis told journalist Norah O’Donnell that he views conservatism as “a suicidal attitude.”

Norah O’Donnell: “There are conservative bishops in the United States that oppose your new efforts to revisit teachings and traditions. How do you address their criticism?”

Pope Francis: “You use an adjective – “conservative.” That is conservative is one who clings to something and does not want to see beyond that. It is a suicidal attitude. Because one thing is to take tradition into account. To consider situations from the past. But quite another to be closed up inside a dogmatic box.”

Right when the world needs a strong faith leader – we got this guy.

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By Hunter Fielding
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