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New Pope elected.

astonion

Vital Squad Member
#1
White smoke has bees seen above the vatican, so either the cleaning lady has lit the fire or the world has a new pope. Not sure what his name is but pretty sure his first name will be Pope.
 

Saurat

Vital Football Hero
#4
Heard his speech? "Let us prey for each other and the entire world... except the Malvinas islanders and the fucking British occupiers! Amen."
 
#8
Boggleeyes is off to a good start.

Not only has he commented on the Falklands previously, but he's also apparently called same sex adoption the Devil's work.

http://www.pinknews.co.uk/2013/03/13/new-pope-francis-believes-same-sex-marriage-and-adoption-is-the-devils-work/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+Pinknews+%28Pink+News%29

Kudos to the Vatican....their ability to chose complimentary Popes is unbelievable.

Same sex adoption an 'abuse against children'....should he be whispering that really? Whot you know, with all them priests and things.
 

James06

Vital Football Legend
#15
Ha ha skeggy that is brilliant!! I can just picture him coming out onto the balcony and saying ''super smashing great, listen to Tony, take your time.''

Also Saurat, not sure Pope's hgenerally ask people to prey!

(apart from perhaps behind closed doors when instructing his bishops regarding young alter boys)
 

villawill

Vital 1st Team Regular
#17
So the new pope's a Jesuit? Let's see how living in that huge palace with all the gold around him sits with his vow of poverty.

"The vow of poverty is focused on using one's energies, talents, time and resources for the good of others. In an age when possessing means power over others, Jesuits take a serious promise to live in a public way as Christ did, believing that people are more important than things."
 

kefkat

Vital Football Legend
#20
villawill - 14/3/2013 11:08

So the new pope's a Jesuit? Let's see how living in that huge palace with all the gold around him sits with his vow of poverty.

"The vow of poverty is focused on using one's energies, talents, time and resources for the good of others. In an age when possessing means power over others, Jesuits take a serious promise to live in a public way as Christ did, believing that people are more important than things."
I have put an article in The New Pope about the new Pope which you will find interesting villawill