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Pope Francis and Paris Climate Agreement (Quo vadis, Pope Francis? Part 194)

Mother Earth at a breaking point? No. This is what climate alarmists have been saying for decades, and their various deadlines for the life of the planet have come and gone. This is just hysteria.


Eat less meat to save the environment? So less cows will be around? So there will be less cow farts? This is ridiculous but liberals take it seriously.


A covenant between human beings and the environment? The covenant we have is with God, and part of that covenant is care for His creation. But our covenant is not with the earth per se, to the extent of violating our covenant with God, in protecting life from conception.


God made the earth for man, but the Pope denigrates man at the service of the earth.


Pope Francis listens to the voice of creation, but does he listen to the voice of God? He is a secular humanist who focuses on the natural and human as against the supernatural and divine.


But I agree we should care for our common home. There is too much pollution and environmental destruction. But we don’t have to collaborate with globalists depopulationists in doing so.


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Pope defends participation in Paris Climate Agreement, says ‘mother earth’ is at ‘breaking point’


The Pope doubled down on his authorisation of the Vatican’s joining of the pro-abortion Paris Agreement, saying ‘it is necessary for all of us to act decisively.’


Pope FrancisPhoto by Michael Campanella/Getty Images

Pope FrancisPhoto by Michael Campanella/Getty Images


David McLoone VATICAN CITY (LifeSiteNews) – Pope Francis released a message Thursday for the upcoming “World Day of Prayer for the Care of Creation,” warning that the planet is “reaching ‘a breaking point’” while describing the prayer event as “an opportunity to cultivate our ecological conversion.”

Notably, the Pope’s message also included a call for the implementation of the pro-abortion, pro-contraception Paris Climate Agreement as he defended his authorisation of the Vatican’s recent joining of the Agreement.

‘Mother Earth’ is issuing a ‘chorus of cries’

Published Thursday, Francis’ message centers on listening to “the voice of creation,” which he said has turned from a “sweet song in praise of our beloved Creator” to “an anguished plea, lamenting our mistreatment of this our common home.”

Describing the international prayer event, which runs from September 1 to October 4 (concluding on the feast of St. Francis of Assisi), the Pontiff said it is “a special time for all Christians to pray and work together to care for our common home,” placing heavy emphasis on the painful “chorus of cries” exclaimed by “our sister, mother earth.”


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