Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Pope Francis: Anti-Pet?

Pope Francis finds the amount money that people spend on their pets to be astonishing. He considers the relationships people have with their pets to be "worrisome."

From Breitbart:

According to the Pope, the worst problems in the world today are poverty, corruption and human trafficking. He also expressed his astonishment when he read about what people spend money on. “After food, clothing and medicine,” he said, “the fourth item is cosmetics and the fifth is pets. That’s serious.”

In fact, for an “environmental pope,” Francis seems to think that people pay altogether too much attention to pets.

“Care for pets is like programmed love,” he said. “I can program the loving response of a dog or a cat, and I don’t need the experience of a human, reciprocal love.”

The Pope said this kind of trade-off is “worrisome.”
Still like Pope Francis, Leftists?

It's funny the way Leftists pick and choose the statements made by Pope Francis.

They embrace him as a "good guy" while conveniently ignoring what they don't like.

The "good guy" is unequivocally pro-life, standing in complete opposition to the Leftists.

In 2013, Pope Francis reiterated the Catholic Church’s pro-life stance and promised that they will never compromise on their opposition against abortion. He said, “I want to be completely honest in this regard. This is not something subject to alleged reforms or ‘modernizations’. It is not “progressive” to try to resolve problems by eliminating a human life.”
In sum, Pope Francis believes people should spend less time and treasure on their pets.

Pope Francis also says the Catholic Church will NEVER compromise when it comes to the killing of the unborn.

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