Poster - Pope Francis in Kenya, Africa.
Note the lack of protection -
he is right there with the people!
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Catholics in Kenya make up
roughly 30 percent of the
80 percent of Kenyans are
Christian, while Muslims
constitute 15-20 percent of
the country’s religious make
up. Other traditional religions,
as well as some Hindus and
Buddhists, are also present.
Kenya is the first country Pope
Francis will visit during his Nov.
25-30 2015 voyage to the African
continent before making his way
to Uganda and the war-torn
Central African Republic. One of
the most characteristically
“Franciscan” stops the Pope will
make after landing in Kenya is to
Nairobi’s Kangemi neighborhood
– a slum located, like most shanty
areas in the city, on the outskirts
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Pope Francis is the head of the
Catholic Church and sovereign
of the Vatican City State.
Francis is the first Jesuit pope,
the first from the Americas, the
first from the Southern Hemisphere.
At his first audience on 16 March
2013, Francis told journalists that
he had chosen the name in honor
of Saint Francis of Assisi, and had
done so because he was especially
concerned for the well-being of
Pope Francis said that the most
powerful message of Jesus Christ
Francis told La Civilta Cattolica
that the church does not need
to speak constantly of the issues
of abortion, artificial contraception,
and homosexuality. He thought
that other issues, notably the
duty to help those who
are poor and marginalized,
have been neglected. He
added that the church had
focused in trivial issues, and
as such should not be so
prone to condemn, and that
priests should be more welcoming.
He said the confessional should be used
to motivate people to better themselves.
While he has said that the greatest
poverty is "the lack of Christ," and
the "only one real kind of poverty"
is "not living as children of God and
brothers and sisters in Christ", Francis
has also been very outspoken against
Pope Francis has courageously
confronted many difficult issues
in his life, such as the abuses,
corruption and disappeared
students in Argentina, sexual
scandals in the church etc.
He also has a great admiration
for the family as a manifestation
of God in its fullness.
So in summary, Pope Francis
has all the hallmarks of a
revolutionary, he has seen
the light of God!
A few videos:
Pope Prays For Muslims Slain In NZ
ABC news on the canonization
of Mother Teresa by
Pope Francis, with 100K pilgrims:
Amazing ABC news video
before the historic Pope
US visit in a simple compact car !
(Raul - author) I tried to see
him there in WA DC! - but the
security and crowd was so
large that i could not see him...
Pope Francis speaks to the
people in new documentary:
(Summary: learn to listen, no
one can serve two masters, it is
ok for families to argue etc.)
In the Mother Teresa tradition
here he speaks for the hungry
in a war in Yemen:
Most Popular Books:
1. On Heaven and Earth: Pope
Francis on Faith, Family, and the
Church in the Twenty-First Century
2. A Big Heart Open to God:
A Conversation with Pope Francis
3. In Him Alone Is Our Hope:
The Church According to the Heart of Pope Francis
4. Evangelii Gaudium
5. La Iglesia de la Misericordia /
The Church of Mercy
Quotes - Pope Francis:
1. No one can grow if he does
not accept his smallness.
2. Someone doesn’t want to carry
the cross; I don’t know what she’s
still doing in the convent.
3. But sin is more than a stain.
Sin is a wound; it needs to be
4. Tenderness is not weakness;
it is fortitude.
5. Let us be lights of hope!
Let us maintain a positive
outlook on reality.
6. Blessed Teresa of Calcutta.
She said: “We must be very proud
of our vocation because it gives
us the opportunity to serve Christ
in the poor.
7. Mercy will always be greater
than any sin, no one can put a
limit on the love of the all-forgiving
8. Today I ask you in the name of
Christ and the Church, never tire of
9. When Man ceases to worship
God, he does not worship nothing
but worships everything.
10. We are impatient, anxious to see
the whole picture, but God lets us see
things slowly, quietly.
11. We need to strengthen the
conviction that we are one single
12. The Church does not exist to
condemn people but to bring about
an encounter with the visceral love
of God’s mercy.
13. We can get angry: it’s even
healthy to get angry from time to
14. We need to let ourselves be
evangelized by the poor. They
have much to teach us.
15. Truth, according to the Christian
faith, is God’s love for us in Jesus Christ.
Therefore, truth is a relationship.
16. See everything; turn a blind
eye to much; correct a little.
17. If we start without confidence,
we have already lost half the battle
and we bury our talents.
18. Let us sing as we go. May
our struggles and our concern for
this planet never take away the
joy of our hope.