Skip to comments.'Superpope' Francis T-shirts to help poor, needy
Posted on 10/15/2017 12:43:56 AM PDT by Olog-hai
A work of street art that turned Pope Francis into superpope will now support Vatican charitable projects through the sale of t-shirts bearing the flying pontiff, artist MauPal said on Friday.
In 2014, graffiti artist MauPal whose real name is Mauro Pallotta depicted Francis as a superman on a wall in the Eternal City, flying through the air with his right fist outstretched and white cassock billowing behind him. The pope clutched his trademark black bag in his left hand, from which a blue-and-red striped scarf peeked out. When it appeared in Rome in January 2014, it captured the imagination of tourists and locals alike.
Two years later, MauPal drew Francis in a schoolboy spirit, playing a cheeky wall game of noughts and crosses while a Swiss Guard kept watch.
With the economic and social crisis that hit Italy and the world, I saw Francis as a symbol of hope for all, the artist said.
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His superpowers apparently don’t extend to definitively answering theological dubia.
The last I heard of creepy Francis, he was sharing his rape fantasies, blathering about how the Muslim men invading Europe would “fertilize” the aging continent.
A sick and evil man. Hope the earth is rid of him soon.
Or understanding the basic tenets of economics and a free enterprise system, or how socialism under mines the very Catholic faith he pretends to lead and promote.
It’s a step above those dumbass “Che” tshirts.
No, it isn’t,
More like ImPopester
“Who’s that guy?”
“I’ll have the soup.”
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