The Pope is not looking at approving marriage for every interested priest. But he seems to be open to the possibility in one specialized circumstance.
Tag – Pope Francis
It’s no coincidence that the “media of record” constantly push Common Core, Climate Change and Sustainable Development. These concepts are presented as innovative solutions to our 21st century problems. But Patrick Wood connects the dots in “Technocracy Rising” and explains the hidden price of accepting these gifts from the intellectually elite.
It may be a while before Pope Francis becomes a Faith Partner of Kenneth Copeland Ministries or before Kenneth Copeland sends his tithe to the Vatican, but it appears the two are warming up to each other’s ministries. The ground of unity seems to be the Charismatic experience, which has found both valid and invalid expressions in the Catholic and Protestant communities. Questions raised by Luther, which have defined distinctive Catholic and Protestant understandings of key aspects of Christian faith, would apparently be swept under the rug. Some see this as a step in the formation of a one world religion, others as breaking down barriers between brethren.