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Pope warns against charity that costs nothing in his message for Lent

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In his speech to mark the start of the Lent season, Pope Francis focused on poverty. He detailed his mission to have a Church that is poor, and for the poor.


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  1. candy
    8 months ago

    The Church is about Christ, and our eternal salvation. This should always be FRONT AND CENTER in any charitable enterprise. Humanism is NOT Christianity. Blessed Sister Theresa said, "Those who choose abortion are the poorest of the poor, because they kill a their baby so they can live the way they want to." (or similar)

    Abortion is still a major sin, problem in this world, along with other immoralities which NEED to still be addressed as mortal sin. Some of us need the reminders more than others!

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