Year in Review: Church Teachings that Pope Francis has changed

 

pope frankIt’s been a year since Pope Francis was elected, and what a year it has been.

First, he said “who am I to judge?” and then…well, he’s in sharp contrast to his predecessors and…um…he’s ushering in a new age of tolerance, and uh…let’s see, what else did that AP article say…?

Whatever.  The point is, no more mean Church with doctrine and morality and stuff.  Pope Francis is changing all those old, rigid teachings.  It’s like a dream come true.

So let’s review the teachings of the Church that Pope Francis has changed.

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That was fun.

Check back next year – and keep right on dreaming!

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73 thoughts on “Year in Review: Church Teachings that Pope Francis has changed

  1. Linda says:

    “Who am I to judge?” Hmmm….this statement alone is contrary to the Word of God from which we learn that an honorable man takes a stand for righeousness. Both the Pope and the author of this article are neglecting to do as such. Those “old, rigid teachings” are biblical truth that should not be cast aside. The truth is not a “mean” thing; it is life to the lost soul when spoken in love. We are to hate sin while loving the sinner…but to deny the existence of sin is to hate the sinner, leaving them lost in their eternally deadly lifestyle. Christ said that if we love Him we will follow His commandments…this does not involve denying Him in any way. We are to be imitators of Christ and in so doing, bring to the attention of the world that which is contrary to God’s will for the purpose of promoting His will. Apostasy will be the end result of any teaching that strays from the innerrant Word of God Almighty. I would encourage the Pope and the author of this article….Read Your Bibles! And remember that friendship with the world is enmity with God….that is, political correctness is a dangerously deceptive and eternally destructive pill to choak down.

  2. Wolday woldeyesus says:

    So far no complaints

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