During his final day in Romania, Pope Francis beatified in Blaj seven Greek-Catholic bishops (picture) murdered by the Romanian Communists (1947-1989).
Marco Tosatti noticed that during the liturgy Francis succeeded in pronouncing the word “Communism” not even once.
According to Francis the seven gave their lives to oppose an "illiberal ideological system."
In reality they died because they resisted Communist plans to integrate the Greek Catholic Church into the Orthodox.
Communists were ferocious towards Greek Rite Catholics giving their churches to their Eastern Orthodox puppets and agents, with many becoming martyrs. Francis likes Communism, likes meeting them and betraying Catholics to them, like in China.