In a conscientious city like San Francisco, water conservation measures are taken very seriously by businesses and residents alike; except for the San Francisco Archdiocese led by embattled Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone. The latest outrage, and it is a monumental outrage on humanitarian and water conservation terms, against the Archdiocese is the harshest criticism for installing a watering system to drench the homeless to prevent them from sleeping in doorways around the sanctuary at St. Mary's Cathedral.
In fact, Francis is closely aligned with conservative Republican ideology; particularly in his position on addressing poverty and social issues such as homosexuality, same-sex marriage, birth control, and women's rights.
American Catholic bishops are taking advantage of the power bestowed on them by the conservative Catholics on the Supreme Court in the Hobby Lobby ruling. As is typical of the bishops, their aim is controlling American women and forcing them to either become celibate or perpetual birthing machines.
The Catholic Pope has garnered nothing but serious opposition and pushback from America's evangelical and Catholic Republican movement, and now the Koch brothers and their dirty energy cabal have joined what is developing into a dirty oil-evangelical war against Pope Francis.
Immigration reform is not just something the bishops want, says Cupich, but God himself. How successful will the GOP be saying 'no' to God?
Pope Francis has declared that evolution and the Big Bang are facts, no longer to be debated, saying of evolution:
When we read about Creation in Genesis, we run the risk of imagining God was a magician, with a magic wand able to do everything. But that is not so.
Hagee says, "The Bible says that whenever we approach the coming of the Lord Jesus Christ,that there would be strange weather patterns."
Republican evangelicals have gone mad with rage as Pope Francis and President Obama are delivering the same rejection of their selfish economic ideology.
After decades of declining incomes an overwhelming majority of Americans finally realize their government exists to favor the rich, and they are demanding change.
Time Magazine named the Pope their Person of the Year, with Ted Cruz as first runner up. Under their criteria the person of the year is "the person who most influenced the news, good or bad." By this criteria, the Pontiff was the obvious choice.
After Rush Limbaugh attacked Pope Francis and called him a Marxist, the group Catholics in Alliance For The Common Good has started a petition denouncing Limbaugh.
It seems as if Pope Francis has no problems with atheists, but his other rhetoric suggests otherwise.