Why couldn’t the media get something as simple as this right from the beginning?
Saturday historic document: Pius XI’s warning against Hollywood:
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2 thoughts on “We Finally Know The Real Reason For Francis’ Hospitalization”
We can pray for the souls of the wicked then like the psalms: that they be thwarted in whatever way God chooses. As to the cardinals, the man in the hospital has been lowering their standing in various ways and elevating a junta style control. The lack of a consistory could means he will change even more.
I’ve been off social media for Lent, but I’ve kept up with the podcast in my player. I wanted to tell you I think you have handled Pope Francis’ illness very respectfully. Even if one is not a fan of him or his pontificate, you’re right that he is still a human person and we owe him the same dignity and respect for his life and health as we would have for anyone else.
I’ve been praying for him during Lent anyway, and have no problems at all praying for his recovery, if it be the Lord’s will. And if not, I pray he passes in a state of grace, just like I would for anyone else. To me, it’s just a matter of being charitable to another person who is made in the image and likeness of God, and loving him enough to want to what’s best for him, regardless of whether or not I like him or think he is doing a good job. That’s what we are called to do, right?
So, those are my thoughts on the matter. You’ve done well, my friend. See you back on Twitter at Easter!
Mandy (aka, KetoMandyP)