Edward Pentin: "Pope Francis has a reputation of acting on the spur of the moment based on his own personal discernment and feelings. He makes decisions by “praying and trying to feel the Spirit, …More
Edward Pentin: "Pope Francis has a reputation of acting on the spur of the moment based on his own personal discernment and feelings. He makes decisions by “praying and trying to feel the Spirit, trying to be inspired, balancing the emotions of the spirit, not reason or logic,” his close adviser Jesuit Father Antonio Spadaro once told the Register. Such arbitrariness has caused disorder and unpredictability behind the Vatican walls over the years, according to many who work there. What happened on Sunday may well just be the latest example."
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Why Did the Pope Drop Mention of Hong Kong at Sunday Angelus?

Pope Francis greets Cardinal John Tong Hon, Apostolic Administrator of the Diocese of Hong Kong, during his weekly general audience in St. Peter’s …