Communist Crucifix alibi morphs word ‘ideology’ into ‘dialogue’

Posted: July 10, 2015 in Uncategorized

Some Catholics never thought the words of the St. Michael the Archangel prayer…”cast into hell Satan and all evil spirits who wander throughout the world seeking the ruin of souls” would someday include the Vatican

Communist Crucifix alibi morphs word ‘ideology’ into ‘dialogue’

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By Judi McLeod July 10, 2015 | Comments| Print friendly |

The Vatican just hit a home run for the ever-changing Marxist lexicon: ideology is now dialogue.

The morphing came about when the ‘Communist Crucifix’ presented as a gift from Bolivian President Evo Morales—was accepted—by Pope Francis.

And Pope Francis can keep it, as no true Christian would want a Communist crucifix anywhere around them.

Both the country of Bolivia, through its Marxist president and the Vatican, through its global warming activist pope, insist that no offense was intended or taken.

Morales and Francis must be kidding themselves if they think Christians wouldn’t take offense to a communist crucifix, which for over 2000 years has remained a symbol that belongs only to Jesus Christ.

AP, which covered the story of the extended gift and its acceptance, must be kidding too when they report on Morales’ “socialist bent”:

“Morales gave Francis the crucifix carved into a hammer and sickle upon Francis’ arrival in Bolivia Wednesday, immediately raising eyebrows given Morales’ past attacks……..MORE!!!!!!!!!!!!

via Communist Crucifix alibi morphs word ‘ideology’ into ‘dialogue’.

via Communist Crucifix alibi morphs word ‘ideology’ into ‘dialogue’.

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