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We cannot understand why Maximilian doesn't like Francis. They seem to have so many things in common. Both,
Oh, it's that thing about vestments that keeps the two apart. Maybe Krah read on the BBC website,✔ Love usury
✔ Love Israel
✔ Love Novus Ordo
✔ Love selfies
✔ Love German automobiles
✔ Love German schools
✔ Love lewd music
✔ Love traditional vestments
Minutes after the election result was declared in the Sistine Chapel, a Vatican official called the Master of Ceremonies offered to the new Pope the traditional papal red cape trimmed with ermine that his predecessor Pope Benedict XVI gladly wore on ceremonial occasions.
"No thank you, Monsignore," Pope Francis is reported to have replied. "You put it on instead. Carnival time is over!"
It was just one small sign out of many this week that as Massimo Franco, one of Italy's shrewdest political editorial writers, commented in the Corriere Della Sera, "the era of the Pope-King and of the Vatican court is over".and took the statement to heart? Guess he didn't he read Andrea Tornielli's article, Bergoglio, Ratzinger and urban myths to find out that this obstacle really isn't one. It is sad that a small misunderstanding about vestments is keeping these two peas in a pod apart.
|(Uh oh, someone doesn't like Francis.)|