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Francis Tells His Flock Sharing Ownership is Christianity
« on: April 16, 2021, 03:22:36 PM »
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  • Red Francis Tells His Flock: “Sharing Ownership is Not ƈσmmυɳιsm, but it is Pure Christianity”

    By Jim Hoft
    Published April 16, 2021 at 7:30am

    Pope Francis recently held mass at a nearby church of the Holy Spirit in Sassia in the center of Rome.
    During his homily, Red Francis told his flock that “sharing ownership is not ƈσmmυɳιsm but is pure Christianity.”

    Of course, shared ownership is exactly the definition of ƈσmmυɳιsm.
    Leo Zagami reported:
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    Pope Francis left the Vatican this morning to celebrate Mass in the nearby church of the Holy Spirit in Sassia in the center of Rome where a group of prisoners and inmates were also present at the celebration as well as some so-called ”refugees” from the Middle East. So this was the ideal stage for a Communist/ɠƖobaƖıst stunt by the Communist Pope.
    During the Mass Pope Francis commented on Acts 4:32 that says: “All the believers were one in heart and mind. No one claimed that any of their possessions was their own, but they shared everything they had.”
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    In a statement that promotes ƈσmmυɳιsm Bergoglio stated to a rather puzzled congregation that sharing ownership “is not ƈσmmυɳιsm, but it is pure Christianity.”
    Sure enough, the Pope’s homily was recorded at American Magazine.
    And that is what the disciples did: receiving mercy, they in turn became merciful. We see this in the first reading. The Acts of the Apostles relate that “no one claimed private ownership of any possessions, but everything they owned was held in common” (4:32). This is not ƈσmmυɳιsm, but pure Christianity. It is all the more surprising when we think that those were the same disciples who had earlier argued about prizes and rewards, and about who was the greatest among them (cf. Mt 10:37; Lk 22:24). Now they share everything; they are “of one heart and soul”” (Acts 4:32).
    This is a truly dangerous man leading the Catholic Church today.
    Rush Limbaugh was right way back in 2013. This pope is a Marxist.ƈσmmυɳιsm-pure-christianity/


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