Pope Francis At It Again…Now Working on “Fake News”
This Pope is an endless source of news. Unfortunately, most of it is terrible. I mean, I wish we could be talking about how the Pope is preaching Jesus, but yet he hardly ever seems to
This Pope is an endless source of news.
Unfortunately, most of it is terrible.
I mean, I wish we could be talking about how the Pope is preaching Jesus, but yet he hardly ever seems to do that! Instead, he talks an awful lot about Donald Trump, Climate Change, one world government and open borders! This Pope talks less about Jesus than any Pope I can remember!
In case you’ve missed it, here are some of the recent stories about Pope Francis:
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And here’s the latest one. Of course, it has nothing to do with Jesus, or the Bible or God. Nope, it’s the Pope playing politics again. Apparently, he thinks he needs to get involved with Fake News. You couldn’t even write something as silly as this, but truth is stranger than fiction.
I have chosen this theme for World Communications Day 2018: “The truth will set you free” (Jn 8:32). Fake news and journalism for peace.
— Pope Francis (@Pontifex) September 29, 2017
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Here are more details, from RT.com:
Pope Francis has trained his sights on the phenomenon of fake news and and has made it the centerpiece of the Catholic Church’s 2018 World Communications Day.
The pontiff announced the theme via Twitter on Friday.
“I have chosen this theme for World Communications Day 2018: “The truth will set you free” (Jn 8:32). Fake news and journalism for peace,” he said.
The Vatican said in a statement that Pope Francis will focus on the harmful effects of fake news in his message which will be released on January 24 next year. The feast will be observed later in the year on May 13.
It said fake news can have “repercussions at the level of individual and collective behaviour.”
“The Church would like make its contribution by proposing a reflection on the causes, logic and consequences of misinformation in the media,” the statement added.
This isn’t the first time Francis has offered his thoughts on fake news. In an interview with the Belgian Catholic publication Tertio last year, the pope said those who consumed misinformation were eating excrement.
Hey Pontiff, leave the politics alone ok? You’re exposing your False Prophet nature!
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