Francis To Aligned Media Activist, "Get The Pope Into Trouble"

“What I miss most in this diocese is not being able to 'wander the streets,' as I did in Buenos Aires, walking from one parish to another,” Francis wrote in a letter to Javier Martínez Brocal, the director of

Brocal “coincidentally” took a picture when Francis was leaving a Roman record store on January 11.

According to (January 14), Francis called the fact that Brocal published the photo "noble" and feigned that “one cannot deny that it was a ‘terrible fate' that, after taking all precautions, there was a journalist waiting for someone at the cab stop” - as if the whole thing had not been staged like a Francis Bishops' Synod.

Francis encouraged media activists to fulfil their alleged "vocation” even if this means "creating troubles for the Pope."


Something strange about this. You KNOW it was a photo op, and not an accidental picture. Why would he do that? Does the photographer have ANOTHER photo that the Pope doesn't want "shared", and this is just a "gift", presumably with more coincidental photos of him "out and about" on the sly?
Outside of the occasional tourist taking photos, an unannounced appearance by the pope would go unnoticed.
Jeffrey Ade
@Chat Chartreux Very interesting observation! It is working I would say!
Chat Chartreux
Everything is staged. His goal is for people to stop having any reverence for the papacy.
Why? He canonized three popes from the last century and now is trying to beatify another one.
Chat Chartreux
Double think, I suppose. The modernist way.
@V.R.S. Your example proves @Chat Chartreux 's point. Sainthood is becoming a non-stop event, eliminating its importance.
Kenjiro M. Yoshimori
When someone lke Oscar Romero of El Salvador (a Marxist liberation-theology cheer leader) is canonized a saint by the likes of Pope Francis, you know something is rotten in the Vatican and the whole Catholic Church.
Wow, what a coincidence....
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