J G Tasan
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Citation? @Tesa My searches are showing that was a statement attributed to him by Eugenio Scalfari. In a direct reply to one of Scalfari's many editorials, Pope Francis wrote, "The Christian faith professes that Jesus is the Son of God who came to give his life to open the way of love to all people."

Also... "Truth, according to the Christian faith, is the love of God for us in Jesus Christ.…More
Citation? @Tesa My searches are showing that was a statement attributed to him by Eugenio Scalfari. In a direct reply to one of Scalfari's many editorials, Pope Francis wrote, "The Christian faith professes that Jesus is the Son of God who came to give his life to open the way of love to all people."

Also... "Truth, according to the Christian faith, is the love of God for us in Jesus Christ." As we know from the Catechism, "Christ" has a precise meaning within the Catholic Church.In discussing the title "Christ, Paragraph 443-444 acknowledges the nature of Christ's divinity stating,

Peter could recognize the transcendent character of the Messiah's divine sonship because Jesus had clearly allowed it to be so understood.

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The Gospels report that at two solemn moments, the Baptism and the Transfiguration of Christ, the voice of the Father designates Jesus his "beloved Son". Jesus calls himself the "only Son of God", and by this title affirms his eternal pre-existence.

If the Church defines "Christ" in these terms and Pope Francis calls Him Jesus Christ, it's going to take more than a self-professed atheist's unsupported claims to contractict a formal letter written by Francis himself.
Tesa
Remember: "Jesus is not God", said Francis to La Repubblica.