Pope seeks Catholic rebirth in land o...

Pope seeks Catholic rebirth in land of sexy samba

There are 3 comments on the Bellingham Herald story from Jul 20, 2013, titled Pope seeks Catholic rebirth in land of sexy samba. In it, Bellingham Herald reports that:

In this Sunday, July 14, 2013 photo, people stand outside the Chapel of Sao Jeronimo Emiliano as they watch a Mass in the Varginha area of the Manguinhos slum complex where Pope Francis is expected to visit during his trip to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

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Kim

Berlin, Germany

#1 Jul 21, 2013
it is just like always using religion as opium for masses to calm down social riots. Religion is not to manipulate with human emotions, to calm down people giving unclear promises of heaven for all, who are poor, presecuted etc. Why do christian clergymen donīt use teaching of Christ in their lives? Let them explain why they are rich puppets of regimes. People everywhere in the world have rights to spend their lives in dignity from Afghanistan, Asia, Africa till South America including Brasil and dignity of people is dependent naturally from morality, ethic and from social system based on morality and ethic and sorry but predatory capitalism and capitalism at all supported strongly by corrupt clergymen is not system, which gives dignity for people, majority of tragedies are dependent from capitalism ( wars,poverty, destruction of natural environment). Capitalism = criminal greediness, which use corrupt clergymen to calm down masses, who have rights to demand their rights.

Since: Apr 08

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#2 Jul 21, 2013
Kim wrote:
it is just like always using religion as opium for masses to calm down social riots. Religion is not to manipulate with human emotions, to calm down people giving unclear promises of heaven for all, who are poor, presecuted etc. Why do christian clergymen donīt use teaching of Christ in their lives? Let them explain why they are rich puppets of regimes. People everywhere in the world have rights to spend their lives in dignity from Afghanistan, Asia, Africa till South America including Brasil and dignity of people is dependent naturally from morality, ethic and from social system based on morality and ethic and sorry but predatory capitalism and capitalism at all supported strongly by corrupt clergymen is not system, which gives dignity for people, majority of tragedies are dependent from capitalism ( wars,poverty, destruction of natural environment). Capitalism = criminal greediness, which use corrupt clergymen to calm down masses, who have rights to demand their rights.
1.) Everyone has the right to go to Hell in the manner of their own choosing.

2.) What would you suggest to replace capitalism?
UruEuWauWau

Brazil

#3 Jul 22, 2013
It's not just BRA, it's more or less the whole L.America he should seek a Catholic rebirth, while leavin' Amerindian nations alone. Just like various foreign mostly N.American missionaries should be chased outta Amerindian landes, where they only bring diseases & problems. ;-)

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