BREAKING: Pedophile Scandal May Lead to Pope Francis Resignation

BREAKING: Pedophile Scandal May Lead to Pope Francis Resignation | I Love Being Christian Videos

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Childhood. A time of innocence and wonder. Although a childlike level of naiveté and a naturally trusting nature can be a good thing, it can also make children especially vulnerable to abuse. One very sad example of this abuse might lead Pope Francis to resign according to Leo Zagami, who was interviewed in this video below published by “The Alex Jones Channel.”

Was Pope Francis Accused of Pedophilia?

No. The Pope himself wasn’t accused of abusing children. However, Cardinal George Pell who is under his leadership is currently facing pedophile charges. This might lead Pope Francis to resign amid the scandal that is racking the Catholic hierarchy. It is rumored that a pope from Africa might be assigned the duty now bestowed upon Pope Francis.


Is The Catholic Church Evil?

Many people believe that the Catholic church itself is evil in nature. Although this might be a bit of an overstatement the simple fact remains that thanks to Jesus’ sacrifice on the cross there is no longer a need for a Pope or priests to serve in the capacity in which they currently serve. Therefore, the breakdown of the Catholic church as it has been traditionally might not be the most terrible thing. Of course, one would hope the shift away from the church would include a greater focus on Jesus and saving faith and not be the result of abuse suffered by innocent children. Especially when it was caused by adults whom they should trust completely.

What the Bible Says About How Children Should be Treated

The Bible mentions children many times and Jesus also explains how children are to be valued. In Matthew 18:10, Jesus says, “See that you do not despise one of these little ones.”

Watch the video in its entirety to learn more about the scandal currently fracturing the Catholic church.


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