diabolical: How Pope Francis has become the latest scapegoat for the most heinous scandals The most heinous scandals are not committed by powerful men and women like me, like Pope Francis, but by religious leaders. One such person of note is Cardinal Theodore McCarrick. McCarrick was the chairman of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB).
Pope Francis has said that the abuse of children is an abuse of power and a violation of the most basic values we hold dear. We agree. And that brings us to our top 5 items on our list of top 5 things about the pope: 1. Francis is the most humble human being on the planet—he doesn’t take credit for the miracles and gifts of a saint but thanks God that he can. He is not a saint either. You have no power over God.
We reveal 5 secrets for a successful conversion that can save you from being a traitor, convert a traitor, or both. 1) No one is evil. We are all evil, corrupt, and self-interested. The best cure for people like this is to realize that it is just our own fault. We must work hard to be the victims of self-imposed evils, not the victims of the evils others impose on us.We need to become the perpetrators of evils, rather than victims.
We reveal 5 secrets for a successful conversion which can save you from being a traitor, convert a traitor, or both. 1. No one is evil. We are all evil, corrupt, and self-interested. The most amazing thing about Pope Francis (and us) is that we don’t really see him as a villain. We see him as a hero because he is standing up to a bad system of church and papacy.
In his most recent State of the World address Pope Francis boldly challenged the powers that govern our world. He called the pope who leads the church “the Antichrist” who has “sown the wind” and said that “there are those who are so blinded by evil that they would commit mass infanticide when they know that children are dying around them,” according to Time magazine.