A Roman Catholic news site is reporting that the Vatican is going a bit crazy under the cover of the COVID pandemic. This includes Pope Francis having a painting of a naked Jesus ministering to Judas hanging on the wall behind his desk.
LifeSite News provides the details:
April 20, 2021 (LifeSiteNews) – Many people wrote to me aghast at my last video noting the scandal over Pope Francis having a painting placed behind his desk with Christ in the nude ministering to Judas. Many others were also taken aback because the painting was featured on the cover of the Vatican’s own newspaper, which dedicated its first three pages to the possibility of the salvation of Judas, the betrayer of Our Lord.
But that’s not all that has gone on lately. In the last month or so, Pope Francis has called for a “new world order” and more recently “global governance.” We’ve also seen top cardinals and bishops demand that the Church bless homosexual sexual unions, and Pope Francis has refused to correct them.
This wasn’t the first time, that the actions of Pope Francis have been called into question. A few years back he told an atheist that he would go to heaven as long as he obeyed his conscience. He made that statement in a letter sent in response to a series of questions from the editor of La Repubblica newspaper. READ: Pope Francis assures atheists: You don’t have to believe in God to go to heaven AND Pope Francis says atheists can do good and go to heaven too!
Then earlier this year, Pope Francis said it would be a complete waste of a pandemic if it wasn’t used to create a new world order. READ: Pope Francis Calls for ‘New World Order’ After the Pandemic
And of course, we shouldn’t ignore the Pope’s recent embrace of communism. READ: Pope says coronavirus pandemic has proven that ‘magic theories’ of market capitalism have failed and world needs a new type of politics
Then there was the Pope’s ‘Nightmare before Christmas’, when the Vatican set up a Nativity scene that would give any young child nightmares. READ: 2020 Vatican nativity scene meets universal ridicule and scorn
One Catholic tweeted:
Another called it demonic: