Image: Screenshot As we all likely know by now, Pope Francis is a little shy in more directly answering candid questions put to him about his moral teaching. So far, he has not responded to any of the filial and …
Apparently he did not listen the Mary at Fatima. Or Perhaps God Just needed to talk to George Bergoglio.
On Sunday Pope Francis said the new and unique perspective offered by Christianity is an attitude of love, rather than revenge, which God continues to adopt even in the face of our sins and errors.
It has never been clearer that these men do not believe in God. They are going to hell if they do not repent.
‘It is no longer possible to judge people on the basis of a norm that stands above all,’ he said.
Pope Francis said Christians are not “prophets of doom” but rather missionaries of hope who are tasked with proclaiming Jesus’ death and resurrection, which is “the nucleus of Christian faith.” The pope was continuing his reflections on hope during his weekly general audience.
Editor’s Note: the following is an interview with Professor Robert Spaemann, conducted by OnePeterFive’s Dr. Maike Hickson. Professor Spaemann is a prominent German Catholic philosopher and a former member of the Pontifical Academy for Life. Maike Hickson (MH): Professor Josef …