Globalist Pope Francis says he felt ‘bitterness’ when introduced to Catholic converts in Africa

Globalist Pope Francis says he felt ‘bitterness’ when introduced to Catholic converts in Africa by Dorothy Cummings McLean for Life Site News

GNN Note – Let’s see, chrislam, pedo protection and unChristian walls all coming directly from the head of the catholic church. WOW! It’s a wonder anyone attends church with such hypocrisy and criminality as perpetuated by the pope.


In a question-and-answer session with Jesuits in Mozambique, Pope Francis underscored his dislike of “proselytization” by condemning the actions of a Catholic woman he had met that day.

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The Argentinian pontiff’s September 5 remarks were published yesterday in the Holy See’s news website Vatican News.

“Today I felt a certain bitterness after a meeting with young people,” Pope Francis told the assembled Jesuits.

“A woman approached me with a young man and a young woman. I was told they were part of a slightly fundamentalist movement,” he continued.

“She said to me in perfect Spanish: ‘Your Holiness, I am from South Africa. This boy was a Hindu and converted to Catholicism. This girl was Anglican and converted to Catholicism.’ But she told me in a triumphant way, as though she was showing off a hunting trophy. I felt uncomfortable and said to her, ‘Madam, evangelization yes, proselytism no.’”

Pope Francis seemed to believe that the young people had been coerced in some way, for he told his listeners that whereas “evangelization is free,” “proselytism … makes you lose your freedom.”

“Proselytism is incapable of creating a religious path in freedom,” he said.

“It always sees people being subjugated in one way or another. In evangelization the protagonist is God, in proselytism it is the I.”

Pope Francis continued by saying that there were “many forms of proselytism’ and that “the one practiced by soccer teams, acquiring fans, is all right, obviously!”

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