Pope Francis, The People’s Pope

He took the name of a humble saint and then called for a church of healing. The first non-European pope in 1,200 years is poised to transform a place that measures change by the century

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Francis also moved early to tame the mess that is the Vatican Bank, an institution even U.S. Treasury officials privately say is corrupted. Soon after he was elected, he named a special commission to investigate the bank, which in turn handed the matter off to an independent firm for an audit. Francis also issued initiatives to counter money laundering and increase the monitoring of the Vatican’s finances. In October, the bank disclosed an annual report for the first time in its 125-year history.

And if personnel is policy, Francis has been particularly busy, shaking up the Curia with his preference for new faces over old ones. In a move that signifies he means business, he tossed Benedict’s Secretary of State, Tarcisio Bertone, and named ambassador to Venezuela Archbishop ­Pietro Parolin, the youngest man to hold the post since Eugenio Pacelli, who went on to become Pope ­Pius XII in 1939.

In April, Francis tapped a boarding party of eight like-minded bishops from around the world to meet with him several times a year to comb through difficult problems, a move that diffused some of the traditional power of the Synod of Bishops. “I don’t want token consultations,” he explained in an interview, “but real consultations.” That, at least so far, appears to be what he is getting. The membership is telling: Cardinals from Chile, Congo and Honduras as well as Munich, Australia and Boston are on the panel. In August, another member, Cardinal Oswald Gracias of India, issued one of the most expansive comments about gays that the church has ever made, stating that while the church does not allow gay marriage, homosexuality is not a sin. “To say that those with other sexual orientations are sinners is wrong,” he wrote to an LGBT group in Mumbai. “We must be sensitive in our homilies and how we speak in public and I will so advise our priests.”

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And on Dec. 5, in a long overdue move, the group of eight named a new commission on sex abuse, the problem of priests preying on children they had vowed to protect. It is the church’s darkest existential problem in an era of existential problems; the commission aims to study better ways to protect children, screen programs that involve children and suggest new ways to create safe environments and choose the priests to lead them. At worst, the Cardinals are laying out a new set of best practices for far-flung dioceses to follow. At best, they are admitting that the Vatican had focused too much attention on the legal challenges of the sex-abuse crisis rather than on the behavioral problems at its core.

Francis has backed up his deeds with homilies and his first apostolic exhortation. He can barely contain his outrage when he writes, “How can it be that it is not a news item when an elderly homeless person dies of exposure, but it is news when the stock market loses two points?” Elsewhere in his exhortation, he goes directly after capitalism and globalization: “Some people continue to defend trickle-down theories which assume that economic growth, encouraged by a free market, will inevitably succeed in bringing about greater justice and inclusiveness in the world. This ­opinion … has never been confirmed by the facts.” He says the church must work “to eliminate the structural causes of poverty” and adds that while “the Pope loves everyone, rich and poor alike … he is obliged in the name of Christ to remind all that the rich must help, respect and promote the poor.”

The church has always made the poor a ­priority—­a mission that has been the biting paradox of the treasure-laden Vatican. But Francis has made it clear that they are a priest’s first responsibility. “A lack of vigilance, as we know, makes the Pastor tepid; it makes him absentminded, forgetful and even impatient,” he preached in May. “It tantalizes him with the prospect of a career, the enticement of money and with compromises with a mundane spirit; it makes him lazy, turning him into an official, a state functionary, concerned with himself, with organization and structures, rather than with the true good of the People of God.” In case anyone missed the point, he suspended a bishop in Limburg, Germany, for overseeing a $42.5 million renovation of the church residence that included a $20,500 bathtub. Says Father Guillermo Marcó, who was Bergoglio’s spokesman from 1998 to 2006: “It is the first time we have had a priest as Pope.”

An Argentine’s Way

On weekends in Buenos Aires, you can take a 31⁄2-hour bus tour of the neighborhoods where Jorge Mario Bergoglio grew up. “What’s coming up on this street?” the tour guide Daniel Vega asks as the bus pulls up on Calle Membrillar in the Flores district of Buenos Aires. “The house where he was born,” comes the answer. There’s the chapel where his father Mario, a native of the Piedmont region of Italy, and Regina, an Argentine of Piedmontese descent, met in 1934. They married the next year and had their firstborn, Jorge Mario, on Dec. 17, 1936.

The Bergoglios were very strict Catholics, the kind who worry about meeting people who were not married in the church or who were socialists or atheists. But the future Pope was never that doctrinaire: in the four years between realizing he was called to the priesthood and actually entering seminary, he said he had “political concerns, though I never went beyond simple intellectualizing.” He admits to reading and liking publications of the Communist Party but says he was never a member. Many Bergoglio watchers—a minor industry in Argentina—believe that his concern for the destitute is partly rooted in Argentina’s experience with Peronism, a strange socialist-capitalist amalgam that evolved in the country in the 1940s and was powered by a deep, working-class populism. That ideology suffused everything Argentine then—and now.

Bergoglio is quite mystical about his career choice, which hit him when he stopped off at church on his way to join friends to celebrate a holiday. “It surprised me, caught me with my guard down,” he told Francesca Ambrogetti and Sergio Rubin, who interviewed him for their 2010 book, published this year in the U.S. as Pope ­Francis: ­Conversations with Jorge Bergoglio. “That is the religious experience: the astonishment of meeting someone who has been waiting for you all along.” He did not enter seminary until 1957, telling the authors, “Let’s say God left the door open for me for a few years.”

He was briefly a nightclub bouncer and would as a 21-year-old seminarian lose most of his right lung to an infection, a condition that may contribute to his back problems today. He chose to join the Jesuits because the order—founded as the Catholic Church launched th­e ­counterreformation—was at “the front lines of the Church, grounded in obedience and discipline.” He claimed to not be disciplined himself and thus in need of the structure. What he did have was a talent for empathy and for engaging people in conversation. Even before he was ordained, he was a popular and attractive figure to his students at Jesuit schools as well as to many superiors. In 1973, at 36—just three years a priest—he was named the head of the Society of Jesus in Argentina and the boss of Jesuits many years his senior. The office came with prestige, huge responsibilities and, as it turned out, the seeds of almost two decades of turmoil for himself, which nearly derailed his career.

His crisis centered around two Jesuits, Father Orlando Yorio and Father Francisco Jalics, who refused his orders over the period of about a year beginning in 1975 to leave the slums as the country spiraled into political chaos and the military, which considered slum priests to be likely rebels, was clearly moving to take over Argentina. As terrorists on the right and left tore the nation apart, many Argentines—­including some bishops and priests—longed for a strong hand to reassert control over the country, and many welcomed the military coup of March 24, 1976.

In May the two Jesuits were arrested and subjected to torture. Bitterness has lingered among some Jesuits and the relatives of Yorio (who died in 2000), who to this day accuse Bergoglio of virtually giving up the priests to the junta, citing a flurry of bureaucratic paperwork that ultimately failed to provide cover for the clerics to stay on in the slums. Bergoglio said he immediately tried to win their freedom (as he would do for many others), and Yorio and Jalics were released after five months. Very few of the ­“disappeared”—as abducted Argentines were called—reappeared alive.

Even after Bergoglio served out his term as Jesuit provincial in 1979, he remained a divisive figure. In 1988, when he was serving as a theology lecturer at a school in Buenos Aires, he came into conflict with the provincial at the time, Father Victor Zorzín, who reassigned Bergoglio to Córdoba, more than 400 miles (640 km) northwest of Buenos Aires. From June 1990 to May 1992, according to journalist Elisabetta Piqué, author of the biography Francis: Life and Revolution, he could make no phone calls without permission, and his correspondence was “controlled.” Zorzín says “it cost [Bergoglio] a lot to accept the change. But pain can ripen into something else.”

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1014 comments
phinn
phinn

Still can't believe Time gave this award to a pope compared to Edward Snowden who opened our eyes and took exile simply to reveal to this country has lost one of the very freedoms it has sworn to provide. Regardless of the unfortunate way he went about it, the fact remains that the world is truly a better place for the information he revealed. The President should give him a full pardon. Like him or not he is absolutely the most important person of the year and the pope belongs at a close second.

I haven't been able to read this magazine since.

JackieGreeneJohnson
JackieGreeneJohnson

I'm interested in knowing who made the decision to hide the 2012 winner (Eric Snowden) and those who don't make the extra effort to see the half-second picture.  A picture may be worth a thousand words, but it's only a single moment in time. It's a shame that Time doesn't see its readers as bright enough to realize that for themselves.


kathrynspencer1121@yahoo.com
kathrynspencer1121@yahoo.com

I would like to order the issue of Time Magazine Man of the year showing the Pope Francis on the cover.. I don't know where to find at this time but am willing to purchase a copy as soon as humanly possible.  Please contact me at my e-mail.  It is in my account.


noblemanakuzhy
noblemanakuzhy

See, i must tell you, this is the best feature-article i've ever seen and read on a Personality. Time has done a perfectly right thing by choosing Pope Francis as the Man of the year. I'm in all praise for the reporters of this particular piece of writing. They deserve big credits. 

I wish if the bishops and priests of the same Church of this Pope will also find sometime to read this article. Many of them still seem ignorant to what Pope wants of the Church today (may be because they choose to be so). 

Long live the Pope. As someone said, 'Now there's a PRIEST as a Pope'.

Yoshi
Yoshi

Of course, Time selected Adolph Hitler as "man of the year" in 1938. This pope, back when he was "Provincial superior", who remained silent as tens of thousands of Argentines were "disappeared" by killers driving Falcons during the 1970's seems a natural for the part. Thank you, Time magazine for keeping your integrity intact, all these decades.

BettyeFrantz
BettyeFrantz

I was generally disappointed with this year's choices!!!  Yes, there's plenty of room for discussions, and debate!!!  I was really dismayed over only 5 people profiled.  I would prefer to see all choices, and less write up about the chosen!!!  As far as Eric S., the traitor!!!  Nothing will change my mind about this individual.  He is a thief!!!  Also, a fraud!!!


Please be more open with your selections for 2014, and let us see them al!!!

PenZideanMotZart
PenZideanMotZart

If the world hates you, you know that it hated Me before it hated you.  If you were of the world, the world would love its own. Yet because you are not of the world, but I chose you out of the world, therefore the world hates you. John 15:18-19

Don't be fooled many will be deceived....

theratzpack
theratzpack


"No Pope can make them all happy at once."

 roll's eyes
didn't know the Pope was called to make ppl happy.

JanFredericks
JanFredericks

Hope all those who made advances to a Vatican guard are disciplined.  He knows about it.

JanFredericks
JanFredericks

Hope all including  Bishops (and a Cardinal) are disciplined from abusing one of the Vatican's guards.   He knows about it.

ChathamHaleForbesSr
ChathamHaleForbesSr

This Pope understands the ancient foundation, the rock, the  RC Church stands upon.  He seems habitually conscious of its original Christian mission. In his insistence on relative simplicity he is very authentic.  Pope Francis I possesses the leadership capacity to  unite and inspire his enormous worldwide congregation, and that is a blessing. The world right now is in profound need of exactly what Francis brings. He is a luminous personality.






USNavy2014
USNavy2014

Everyone who is angry over Snowden not getting Person of the Year; Were you this butt-hurt over Obama getting the Nobel Peace Prize for nothing?

albacicl
albacicl

I thank Time for 2013's election of Pope Francis. And I thank very specially the cover story and the videos. They brought me even closer to Pope Francis

tonysdick665
tonysdick665


When I disagree with the Pope’s conduct, I always find someone who takes his defense:

"But you have to give him time for he took office just now" - Just now!?: Jorge Mario Bergoglio was elected pope on March 13, 2013. And people keep on saying: "He cannot take action because he is not permitted."


Gentlemen, I am taken aback by your naivety and stupidity and, even more, I can’t understand how you elaborating  these kinds of imaginative ideas and thoughts.


At the beginning of his pontificate Pope Francis did promise he should open the seminaries, shut up for lack of vocations, with a viewing to giving homeless people shelter.


I mean to inform those who live abroad, about the black-out of the news, concerning the ‘Holy’ Catholic Church. As a matter of fact, none of it leaks out of Italian borders. And I am writing this comment, above all, to firmly relate the plight of the refugees in Lampedusa, getting more and more critical while the police aren't able to manage the control of these people, ready to make their escape.

There is need for housing in order to give a dignified reception to these wonderful people, who are looking for a place away from tyranny and hunger.


But is Pope Francis helping them out? Nope.

The Pope is aware of these great inconveniences but does not take any initiative. In other words, he is breaking his promise.


And his silence is a thousand times louder than Niagara Falls.


The media are spreading news no end and are giving breaking information about the refugees, who are taking flight. Unfortunately most of them are doomed to fall into the Mafia’s hands and, consequently, to turn into laborers of this criminal organization.

MarkWhatman
MarkWhatman

This choice speaks very poorly of Time Magazine.


syrusbsnl
syrusbsnl

P3- Pope Francis,People's, Pope - The Gift of Almighty God to the entire world - A Good Shepherd in all respect

Viva Viva Pappa Pope Francis

syrus

LazarX
LazarX

Time typically goes with either the safe, or the inane, such as the  year it put a mirror up saying that the "Person of the  Year is YOU."  This year it went with the safe, after all who's going to badmouth the Pope, aside from a few Tea Party wingnuts whose main purpose in life is to feed new material to John Stewart's Daily Show?


The real  person of the year is Edward Snowden who ripped off all of the Emperor's clothes to show the maggots hiding underneath.

dicktickletracey
dicktickletracey

Francis you moron.  You were the runner up to Miley Cyrus.  Speaks volumes of Time Magazine and the Catholic Church. 

Im a regular Church going Catholic as well.  

ursusrexx2
ursusrexx2

Question for F-1:

When will being an ‘active-pedophile / protector of pedophiles’ change from an (expected) R.C.C.-condition of employment, (per Rome’s protectionist-policy), to a mandatory reporting situation?????

 It is my custom to wait for the new pope’s first year to pass before condemning/extolling a new pontiff, because… (SIGH…), I’m waiting to see if he is genuine, or merely another, ‘go along, to get along’, flunky!


Meanwhile…

Did the ‘emeritus’ pope, Ratzinger, (…basking in disgraced retirement!), ever get ‘round to fulfilling his, (“I will rid this church of its filth!”), vow?

Considering Mr. Ratzinger’s role, (as Cardinal_Princess_Protector of…), the late Fr. Lawrence Murphy…

alleged to have raped 200 deaf male children, (Wisconsin orphanage system)…

It would seem highly unlikely…

Wouldn’t it?

What of Bishop Vangheluwe?

You’ll recall:

Bishop Vangheluwe, (like Bishop Williamson before him), went on a tv interview; …instead of extolling the 3rd Reich, (like Bishop Williamson), Bishop Vangheluwe (nostalgically) remembered/discussed his dalliances with…

Nephews!

What of Monsignor Lynn, newly released on the thinnest of legal technicalities??

…A promotion to bishop, perhaps?

A ‘papabile-slot’ further down this criminal’s piety-career?

What of (Opus Dei) Bishop R.J.Finn, who exclaimed “I didn’t know what to do!” when confronted with his failure to report Fr. Shaun Ratigan, (priest-child-pornster)?

What of the tens of thousands of cases where clerics transferred know/suspected pedophile-clerics?
For example…

Cardinal Princess Law waddled Rome-ward and was rewarded, (having just barely escaped indictment in Boston) via Mary_Major’s Basilica;

Thus…

Bernie Cardinal_Princess Law’s new nickname: Mary_Major’s ‘major mary’, (L.O.L.!);

Finally…

What of the following URL, (http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/colombian-priests-hire-hitmen-kill-article-1.1022707)...

A story so repellant / so heinous I will leave it up to the reader to read it?


bex505
bex505

All you people saying negative comments. Don't blame the Church it is people like you who are the reason the world is the way it is. Instead of spreading love you are spreading hate.  Good job. Try saying something nice that isn't mean to other people or their beliefs. Maybe then we could have a better world of understanding and love and life would be better. You criticise the Church but WE are the ones spreading the message of love where you guys are spreading the message of hate one another. Think about it. Change your ways, if anything just try to be a nice person and all of us would be a lot better off.

cxp47
cxp47

I am surprised on how such a scenic first page is accompanied by a poor article. All the Bergoglio's history is explained as a gossip, starting from his birth to today, only pinpointing his priority for poor and then obsessively repeating the homosexual and the women issues, which are already in the Pope's talks and actions, and at the same time ignoring what he said: “it is not necessary to talk about those issues all the time”.


It is more surprising that the paragraph “A changing papacy” is also and again reduced to a gossip, with little little reporting to his main changes of rules and persons of the Vatican's Bank “IOR” and of the Roman Curia, both of which are generating an internal war against him, according to the Cesare Borgia's stile, the archbishop who inspired the Macchiavelli's “The Prince”.


A war well explained on the weekly paper “Il Venerdì di Repubblica”, in the article “Who wants to stop the Papastrjka” which describes the events with the names of the defenestrated archbishops and the new ones, to change the IOR and the Roman Curia, http://periodici.repubblica.it/venerdi/ pagg. 22-27.

Those are the real hard and dangerous issues, from which Pope Francis has to watch himself.


All the rest is nice to hear because is also part of the Pope's Francis changes, a Church which finally makes a 180 degree change after 1000 years, but they are not the harmful core.

sonofthesun
sonofthesun

Here's an idea.  Sell off some of the Vatican's treasures, feed the starving, turn the churches into something useful like condom dispensaries.

If a Jesus existed, he would approve.

DavidBurns
DavidBurns

Time ABSOLUTELY GOT IT WRONG.  Their stated criteria: the person "who most affected the news and our lives, for good or ill, and embodied what was important about the year."  I think it's wonderful that Pope Francis is not hunkered down in a bunker like his predecessor, reactionary and obtuse, but his words of sympathy for the poor have not affected the news and our lives.  They are just words at this point.  By contrast, Edward Snowden ignited an over-due national and international dialogue about technology and privacy.  The light he shed on the NSA has already made us safer and freer from government intrusion.  Snowden's disclosures have had, and will continue to have, tangible results.  For these reasons, Edward Snowden, not Pope Francis, should have been the 2013 Person Of The Year.  



JackFord
JackFord

How Pope Francis is TIME's Person of the Year is a mystery. Oh, he's honest? Hooray, the church still denounces gay marriage and women in general. Not to mention that his "honesty" still hasn't eliminated the sex allegations and charges against priests and members of the church alike. In that case, the runner-up shouldn't have been Edward Snowden, it should have been Ed the Sock.

ChandraPanchabhikesan
ChandraPanchabhikesan

The Pope's consistent message has been humility and simplicity without the trappings of pomp and ceremony.  His insistence on tolerance and respect are genuine as he tries to reach out to the masses. He has endeared himself to his followers the world over by his exemplary ways.


Pancha Chandra Brussels

jonocono
jonocono

The message I get from our new Papi, is "tolerance".  If we could make this the mantra of the 21st century, things might possibly work out for the human race and planet earth.  Long live Pope Francis.

CliffordSpencer
CliffordSpencer

Catholics worship the Vulgate!

According to GENESIS; HIS WORD was in the beginning.

  Mormons worship the Book of Mormon.

  That document was translated in 1830!

  How old is the WORD OF GOD?

JaneRavenswood
JaneRavenswood

Francis presents a nicer image than Benedict did, however he supports the same willful ignorance that religions based in bronze age fantasy always do. 

PTom
PTom

Time magazine rightfully announced Pope Francis as a person of 2013 year. But he actually did not need this recognition. There is an undisputable criterion for distinguishing the person’s qualities and integrity. Pope Francis earnestly and unselfishly, with humility and love for the regular people aimed to fulfill the Natural Law.

But in its previous issue Time magazine named a human being Master of the Universe, greatly offending in this way the real ONE.

AbrahamYeshuratnam
AbrahamYeshuratnam

TIME is to be congratulated for choosing Pope Francis. 

There is nothing to be ashamed of being a Marxist, for Marx got his ideas from Jesus. Jesus attacked priests, capitalists and corrupt rulers in all his speeches. Marx probably would have got ideas for revolutionary socialism from the bold act of Jesus in driving out black marketeers and big business from the Temple premises. The Bible says that Jesus entered into the temple of God, and drove out all of those who sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the money changers' tables and the seats of those who sold the doves. If Jesus came now into many parts of his visible church, how many secret evils he would discover and cleanse! And how many things daily practiced under the cloak of religion, would he show to be more suitable to a den of thieves than to a house of prayer! In Dostoevsky's Brothers Karamazov, a bishop wants to arrest Jesus for interfering in his nefarious activities. Pope Francis should boldly put into action Christian Marxism. If he fails, Jesus wouldn't recognize him at the time of Last Judgment. 

A.Yeshuratnam

India

jesu
jesu

The world needs more people friendly recognition of this Nature. I was really sad when Obama was awarded with the Nobel peace award, but ...bit relaxed to see this today. Not because  I am a Catholic but I am  one, among millions of ordinary people , in search of  leaders who are Humane. Thanks to the TIME.

sonia
sonia

A good choice, and of the runner-ups the only real choice if this is an international honor. Snowden is a good 2nd, but as a non-Christian I must still say, the Pope has a greater overreach, and just making people around the world like the church more, and giving hope to so many marginalized people. . . a good choice.


Whatanotion
Whatanotion

This time "they know not what they do"  will be unavailable to the Pope.  They know exactly what they are doing.  This time they may sell tickets, online, to The event.

dgedert4
dgedert4

thank you for info I was not aware of...very insightful....and then there is the guidance of the Holy Spirit answering the MYSTERY

gonzatz
gonzatz

@Yoshi Not only he was not silent in the 70´s but personally involved in the rescue and hiding of many pursued, a thorough investigation was carried by several Human Rights orgs., some of them whose simpaties with the Kirchners administration are so evident, later on had to apoligize and recognize Jorge Bergolio´s efforts to save others and confront the Junta. Moreover, a recent book has been launched with several testimonies called "The Bergoglio´s List", in line with the well known "The Schindlers List" that I reccomend you to read ,due to your limited knowledge on our Popes integrity and values.

TishTash
TishTash

@Yoshi Ah, ye of little literacy: Time chooses the person it feels (opinion alert!) affected the news and the world the most, for good or ill. It's a specious qualification, agreed, but your implication that they choose the most notorious person for the title is ill-informed.

JasonRosenbaum
JasonRosenbaum

@BettyeFrantz Why is he a fraud? Because he opened our eyes to the fact that the NSA is spying on millions of people not suspected of any crime in the US and abroad?

phinn
phinn

@USNavy2014  I'd like Nobel prizes to be focused on scientific achievements, but Obama got a Nobel Peace prize, it's perfectly reasonable and he probably deserves it.

As far as Snowden not getting person of the year, that's a travesty. Like him or not he is without a doubt the most important person of the year and opened all of our eyes to something our country has sworn to provide and the world is a better place because of this new information. Obama needs to give him a full pardon.

USNavy2014
USNavy2014

@MarkWhatmanAtheist logic: "Christians need to be more tolerant!" (tolerant, socially progressive pope gets elected.) "OMG Time is stupid for making the pope Person of the Year!"

USNavy2014
USNavy2014

@sonofthesunYou know, for a group of people (atheists) who pride themselves on tolerance, you're not very tolerant yourself.

laleprincey
laleprincey

@DavidBurns I believe the Time Criteria emphasizes a global context and therefore while the NSA may have a global sphere of influence the name itself explicitly conveys its domestic focus. This is not to belittle the bravery or impact that Snowden had (or arguably the larger impact he *should have had*) however it's difficult--impossible?--to argue that any other singular institution has had a more profound impact on humanity throughout history than the Catholic Church. In that context the current Pope is absolutely a legitimate choice for MOTY.

USNavy2014
USNavy2014

@JackFordYou seem to ignore the part where the pope denounced homophobia. Brilliant.

Yoshi
Yoshi

@ChandraPanchabhikesanYes, by his "exemplary" silence (along with the rest of the Catholic church) as his countrymen were dying during the "Dirty war". Great guy!

thesaleboat
thesaleboat

@AbrahamYeshuratnam Marxism thinks the government knows what we should do with our lives and money . I have no faith in the ability of our federal government, let alone them telling me what to do with my money and freedom. 

Yoshi
Yoshi

@TishTashOkay, sorry, Sir/Madam. No need for name-calling. You have no understanding of my literacy beyond an opinion I stated. To name someone "Person of the year" certainly appears to be an honorific or a statement of high esteem. Perhaps a different title would be more appropriate, such as "news-maker" or "news-figure" of the year.

To gonzatz: I will agree to disagree. Those recent testimonies are far different from the older ones I am familiar with.

clh
clh

@USNavy2014 @sonofthesun So we're intolerant for asking that the Vatican does what it preaches instead of just sitting on golden thrones and protecting pedophiles.

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