...how Mr Kerry -catholic- or Mr Joe Biden -another catholic- 'll explain to the new Pope some determinations after receiving "brutal" decisions from your hawks deciding to bomb overseas.
Francesco always looking for the dialogue. When wrote his books choose Jews for the prologue and maintains excellent relations with Muslims.
funny times ahead.
too many Argentines buying the last places to fly Rome next week's to be in Francesco assumption.
The message from Rome arrived immediately and was soooo clear :the new pope asked all those who have the money to travel should suspend the idea to donate that bucks to charity or to the poor people who have nothing to eat. Nice.
Francesco may need to borrow drones from Mr. Kerry for a few weeks to clean out the entrenched . Always on the watch list. Watching PGH for an entry point, seems they have popped on volume since 3-1 and pay 9% divy. Still have two hundred XCO from our last trade a few months back paying mee a little divvy Inflation is starting to grab some attention with the presses still running.
Best all Old inflater
There is an old sentence that says: what does a regular priest in 30 years, a Jesuit can do the same in three.
Today "wethepeople" starting to know the received supports to define Francesco as new Pope and in that way ALL the American cardinals had much to do to not win the Italian Scola.
NY Cardinal Nolan clearly said they were seeking a pastor of flock, therefore supported the only Jesuit @ Conclave.
Today Francesco accept the sentence being a bit less elegant than Nolan.
He visually crossed in a church where he went to pray with former cardinal Bernard Low....
(following the italian newspaper...)
The Pope crossed Bernard in the basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore with Cardinal Bernard Law, accused of covering up for pedophile priests between 1984 and 2002 while he was archbishop of Boston, in the United States.
On his first day as pontiff, Pope got up very early and went to pray at the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, dating from the fifth century Therein lies the retired Cardinal Bernard Law, 82.
The Italian newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano published a reconstruction of the facts, that the agency EFE said. According appropriated, Francisco Law and would have seen would have said to those with him: "I do not want to frequent this basilica."
Vatican spokesman the Rev. Federico Lombardi, said that "Cardinal Law was present at St. Mary Major as archpriest emeritus and saw the Pope, then waved and continued on his way."