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The Pope's Scandalous Silence on Attacks Against the Church (Quo Vadis, Pope Francis? Part 197)


Pope Francis speaks a lot—about social justice issues such as climate change and immigration, and about traditional Catholics and Catholic age-old practices which he attacks incessantly. But what/who he never attacks are Communists (Chinese Communist Party), socialists (Nicaragua’s Ortega), pro-aborts (Biden and Pelosi of the USA), dictatorial elites (Trudeau of Canada), globalist depopulationists (Klaus Schwab of the New World Order), etc.


The Pope is a modernist who is overturning Catholic teaching, morality, culture and values, and is fully aligned with the cultural elites who are promoting the Great Reset of a New World Order, which will be anti-God, anti-family and anti-life.


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Scandalous Silence

Papal pass on communism

Communist tyrants across the globe are brutally suppressing their people — and many are also targeting the Catholic Church. In tonight's In-Depth Report, Church Militant's Aidan O'Connor takes a closer look at the Vatican's response — or lack thereof. Nicaraguan president Daniel Ortega's communist regime is cracking down on Catholics, and the country's faithful are pressuring Pope Francis to respond.

This week, Ortega's authorities raided and shut down an eighth Catholic radio station in Matagalpa province. One priest of the diocese is reportedly trapped in the broadcasting station, writing, "I am being besieged. ... The police are attacking the faithful who are inside the school."

Ortega's troops also have the local bishop, Rolando Álvarez, under house arrest, and are investigating him for so-called crimes against spirituality.

This, after years of anti-Catholic violence under Ortega, who expelled 18 Missionaries of Charity from the country last month. There have been almost 200 attacks against the Church during Ortega's presidency.


Article published by ChurchMilitant For the full article, click here.

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