Saturday, November 16, 2019

Pope Francis Weighs Adding ‘Ecological Sin’ to Church Teachings

Pope Francis said he is strongly considering adding the category of “ecological sin” to the Catholic Church’s official compendium of teachings, reports The Wall Street Journal.

This Pope is a very confused social justice warrior who jumps on any fad.

He has stressed the importance of environmental protection since his election in 2013. He dedicated an entire encyclical, “Laudato Si,’” published in 2015, to the topic.

In that document, he called global warming a major threat to life on the planet and called for a reduction in the use of fossil fuels.

What the Pope really needs to do is listen to the below very important lecture by Richard Lindzen who is an atmospheric physicist and before retirement was the Alfred P. Sloan Professor of Meteorology at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.



  1. I am a lifelong Catholic and I find this Pope to be a truly deplorable disaster. My personal suspicion is that the guy is deeply disturbed and not at all a true disciple of Christ.
    It truly pains me to hold such a belief, however an abundance of evidence strongly supports my position.

  2. Has anyone bothered to ask themselves whether this guy is The Blasphemer? Although I'm not Catholic, I'm aware that this pope alone, is saying things and acting in a rather shocking manner that causes me to this the one we were warned about? People, he has dared to blaspheme! And what's this bizarre ecumenical streak he exhibits? Since when has a pope welcomed an Islamic imam and a Buddhist monk into the Vatican at once? For tea, no less! Yes every pope is unique but this?

    1. To be fair, many traditionalists pointed out that Pope Saint John Paul II did similar things . I think they're just trying to be (in my opinion, overly) 'ecumenical.'
      Nothing to freak out about, there's been many much worse popes. The church will survive.

  3. The RCC is not THE church. (Or "the Church," as it is often written.) A small number of Catholics are part of the church (since most Catholics are not Christians) and the pope certainly is not.

  4. Remember the old joke: Is the Pope Catholic? Now it's not a joke, it's a legitimate question.

  5. "Head of an elaborate international child sex trafficking ring is worried about trees because Jesus."