Discussion in 'Religion and Ethics' started by Mortimer, Jun 5, 2019.
Pope apologises to Roma for Catholic discrimination
I love Pope Franscisco. He is a good Christian.
He is so good I hope he goes to heaven as soon as possible, so we can move on to another Pope who isn't constantly embarrassing us.
Keeps the problem that your ideas have less than nothing to do with the Holy Catholic Church. We are gypsies too. And we hate every unfairness. Gipsies are not second class people nor second class victims. Gypsies - also called Sinti and Roma - have to be respected from Catholics. By the way: Where is your respect for our Pope Francis?
Did he ever apologize for the Inquisition?
He'll be glad you said that.
Fuck the Pope!!!
That was rather stupid and mindless to say, so I must assume you are a stupid and mindless person.
A lot Catholics dont care for him either.
The guy is a political hack and you'd know that if you'd have been paying attention.
He's a Fucken globalist.
Nearly everything is wrong what the English speaking world is publishing about the inquisitions. For example believe the most of your people in the middle ages were burnt witches and the inquisitions did do so. That's wrong. The belief in witches was called a superstition during the middle ages. Such things had happened in most cases in the modern times later than 16xx (perhaps a side effect of the renaissance and/or the reformations) - and as well Catholics and Protestants did do so. It were indeed Protesants who burned 90% women as sorcerers and witches. Catholics burned about 50% men and women under reason of such a superstition - and this practically always only in regions where the inqusitions were weak.
And let me say: During 500 years the inquisitions sentenced to detah less people than the French revolution killed in only one day. And torture under the inquisition had a very strange reason: A circumstantial evidence was not possible in their jurisdictation - so a confession of guilt was necessary - and they fought for the everlasting life of the delinquent. This wrong idea had caused this totally stupid violent behavior.
So and now you get the answer. Yes: the Pope of the Catholic Church apologized for torture and death because of the deeds of the the inquisition. It was wrong to do so.
And do not forget in this context: The USA tortures and the USA uses death penalty. In the 21st century.
Not to mention that the heretics were some pretty reprehensible people who were the aggressors.
Separate names with a comma.