Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Pope Francis' Sustainable Travel Agency - Franchises available now!

What is more ridiculous, the following tweet by Pope Francis from earlier this day, (September 27), or that nearly 9,000 people liked it?

It seems that the "god of surprises" has grown stale and dialogue, dialogue, dialogue, is passé. The new word is "encounter." Yes, encounter with peoples, that is all we hear.

How is that the Pope can think that Tweeting about "sustainable tourism" is something that the Church of Christ should be talking about.

Is it him? Is he really sitting at his computer Tweeting out this bile in multiple languages? Does he write these little points of theological brilliance every day for the communications department to send out? Or is he being ill-served by corrupted minions around him who have a globalist, Marxist, Masonic agenda.

Enough of Popes on Twitter. 

I long to hear this Pope Tweet this:

Our Lord Jesus Christ is the Saviour of the World. He is the Way, the Truth and the Life. Come to Him, Come to His Holy Catholic Church and live!

To those in the Vatican who stop by: you're welcome, you may use it without accreditation.


Dorota Mosiewicz-Patalas said...

According to all sorts of dictionaries, the word "encounter" is usually used to describe an unexpected meeting or a meeting with someone hostile.

Progressives avoid thought, and lean toward the absurd. Why not use the word "meeting"? - especially when one presents himself as a man of the people? Ah, but "meeting" is a thing of the past. In the brave new world we encounter. We do not talk and and debate, we dialogue.

Of course, if we want to encounter and dialogue in a sustainable fashion, we do not travel. We walk and bike.

Kathleen1031 said...

I think he has a Hogwash Generator that just recycles the same old words.

Anonymous said...

In the Ukrainian Greek Catholic Church, the Feast of the Presentation of Our Lord in the Temple is called in Greek Hypapante - The Encounter. ��

Vox Cantoris said...

In English idiom, the Greek is not relevant. It's like "perfidious." It was stripped from the Good Friday prayers; its modern definition means, deceitful, malevolent, etc. If you dissect it from the Latin, it means, without faith. The reference was "faith in Christ," as in, the Jews.

Unknown said...

"discrimination". That is a Marxist slogan if I ever heard one.

Dan said...

I just vomited in my mouth..... THIS is the best the Cardinals could do?

If we are lucky, this experience will make the next papal election much more conservative and orthodox.

Johnno said...

What does this even mean? What does he want us to do?

Go on vacation?

Spend money in other countries?


Are we just joining two random words together to make a pie?

Anonymous said...

"Tourism" is code for "trips to hell".

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