Personally, I care what some scientists have to say about Pluto and dark matter just so long as their fields aren't biology or geology.I don't care what Pope Francis has to say about almost anything. Almost but not everything.
It happens that, unlike you, the Pope, as well as his predecessors, have a Board of Science with the most reputable scientists from Universities and research labs from all over the world, at many scientific fields, with the mission of inform and advice the Holy See in all scientific matters and advances, very specially those ones that put in danger the dignity of human beings.
On November 27, 1095, Pope Urban II makes perhaps the most influential speech of the Middle Ages, giving rise to the Crusades by calling all Christians in Europe to war against Muslims in order to reclaim the Holy Land, with a cry of "Deus vult!" or "God wills it!"
...according to popular legend...
Ask Galileo. Ask a female Catholic priest.
Catholics tried a female Pope once upon a time.
Quote from: ersi on 2015-06-15, 17:20:46Catholics tried a female Pope once upon a time.I also need to explain you about Catholics so you don't keep on saying the aberrations you read at the Protestant/atheist propaganda Wikipedia.
Please explain about Catholics to me.
So what occurs during a Catholic Confirmation? The Holy Spirit is first introduced to a Catholic the day that she's baptized, because the entire Holy Trinity -- Father, Son, and Holy Spirit -- are invoked at the ceremony. During Confirmation, God the Holy Spirit comes upon the person, accompanied by God the Father and God the Son, just as he did at Pentecost.
In other words, the accusers made the point that the Pope can be female and child-bearing as he/she wishes. This was the lesson
"Pope Joan" from wikipedia propaganda never existed.
Pope Joan is a woman who, according to popular legend, reigned as pope for a few years during the Middle Ages. Her story first appeared in chronicles in the 13th century and subsequently spread widely through Europe. The story was widely believed for centuries, but modern scholars regard it as fictional.
Quote from: Belfrager on 2015-06-16, 22:08:50"Pope Joan" from wikipedia propaganda never existed.I don't think Wikipedia says what you think it does. Quote from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pope_JoanPope Joan is a woman who, according to popular legend, reigned as pope for a few years during the Middle Ages. Her story first appeared in chronicles in the 13th century and subsequently spread widely through Europe. The story was widely believed for centuries, but modern scholars regard it as fictional.(emphases mine)
I don't think Wikipedia says what you think it does.
No? if it's a fictional story what the f*ck that means? that she existed?? I said she never existed shit.
I mentioned Joan D'arc to educate the idiots that thinks that "Pope Joan" is she and keeps on posting proud of their own imbecility.
I think nobody else did either
Quote from: ersi on 2015-06-19, 18:09:19I think nobody else did eitherNo? how many do you think that knows who's one and who's the other? You're speaking with Americans in case you forgot...And for the last time a female pope never existed.
when in doubt, Google.
I Googled 'Belfrager'.
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