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Five Reasons to Think Differently about Pope Francis (Catholic Caucus)
CatholicCulture.Org ^ | September 24, 2013 | By Dr. Jeff Mirus

Posted on 09/24/2013 8:48:19 PM PDT by RCB-Catholic

I’ve been surprised and even angered by the criticism of Pope Francis in the wake of his famous interview, but I’ve been forced to admit that a significant number of serious Catholics found his words upsetting. That’s not something that should be dismissed lightly. It could, of course, all be a misunderstanding, and I think there is some of that. But there is perhaps a deeper question. If there is some fault involved, should we be looking for that fault primarily in the pope or in those who seem so reluctant to receive his message?

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TOPICS: Catholic; Religion & Culture
KEYWORDS: catholic; popefrancis

1 posted on 09/24/2013 8:48:19 PM PDT by RCB-Catholic
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To: RCB-Catholic

My first reactions to the press reporting about this new live-and-let-live Pope were that the Press is reacting as they always react to a new Pope of whom they know nothing deploying their timeworn planted assumptions to steer the new Pope in the direction of normal worldly politics. This article and others by people in a better position to know what is going on confirms my heretofore dataless analysis.


2 posted on 09/24/2013 9:09:56 PM PDT by arthurus (Read Hazlitt's Economics In One Lesson ONLINE http://steshaw.org/econohttp://www.fee.org/library/det)
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