Francis doesn’t sound rigt. Maybe I’ll call him Francisco...I’m pretty sure that’s how he’ll be known in Argentina.
The 76-year-old archbishop of Buenos Aires has spent nearly his entire career at home in Argentina, overseeing churches and shoe-leather priests.(Emphasis added.)
Right now I'm hoping but feeling very uncomfortable about this man. Of all the orders, the Jesuits are the one most penetrated by the homosexuals; so penetrated, indeed, that many Jesuit seminaries became AIDS hotbeds. His supervising "shoe-leather priests" is also disturbing because they're the group most likely to become infected with Marxism and to spread it.
Do they pick their new name or does someone else?
My first thought was St. Francis of Asisi.
But he might have been thinking of St. Francis Xavier, the founder of the Jesuit order that he belongs to.
In recent times, there have been an awful lot of liberal, dissident, even heretical Jesuits. But not all of them are bad, and it sounds like this guy is one of the exceptions. There still are a few really good Jesuits, and I trust he is one of them.