Pope Francis’ Poor Church: Catholic Church sells hospital to help pay whopping $39 Million World Youth Day Tab

riohokypoky

WYD 2013 Dancing Bishops

by Doug Lawrence

I hate to point this out – but $39 million could have purchased more than 10 million full meals, for the poor. But then, it’s hard to put a price on witnessing scores of Catholic Bishops dancing like fools, in public. And let’s not forget the Pope’s now infamous “Who am I to judge?” comment, during the plane ride home!  

Plus – the hospital property sale brought in only around $20 million, so they’re still about $19 million “short”!

olddesk

Used Desks for Sale in the Vatican

Meanwhile, the Vatican’s new “Charity Czar” has been forced to sell his desk and go out into the city, seeking individuals who need help. But the Vatican is apparently still “on the hook” for a big chunk of the remaining 18.6 Brazilian $$$ Bazillions mentioned earlier, so let’s hope they have a bunch more desks left to sell!

This entire effort looks and smells much like the Obama Regime’s efforts to promote the bloated Food Stamp Program.

Come to think of it … Barack Obama has so far been doing a great job of turning the once richly blessed  United States of America into a “Poorer Country”.  I can’t help wondering if Pope Francis plans to make the Catholic Church a “Poorer Church” in much the same way.

francisfone

This “New World Order” stuff doesn’t seem to be working out all that well! What can we expect next:  Francis Fones

$18.6 million in WYD 2013 debt still remains

Advertisements

3 Comments

  1. This may sound, caustic, but I feel a strong, gut feeling, that South America, is the Vatican Bullseye! This is where, the LARGEST Catholic population exists!
    Hey, this might be an investment, in the long haul!
    Attract the populace by a New Image, an antithesis of Stoic,Reverent behavior! Funfest is New and Exciting….borderline NewAge!

  2. I just came home from Advent Vespers, so I’m going to hold onto the good mood I’m in.


Comments RSS

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s