If you could Ask Pope Francis I anything today what would it be?
What are your major objectives to reform the Catholic church? Will the corruption still be pushed under the rug?
How are the wife and kids??
Don't mean to be disrespectful. Just don't see the need of celibacy in this
day and age. (I'm not Catholic:)
I certainly would have a bunch of questions; however if I was limited to one, I think I would ask, how can I help you? If I had a second it would perhaps be a question of prayer for Joe B.
Not a question, but a request: Dear Francis, please be open to God in all things. I'm sure he means to be, but even humble people, in positions of power, are tempted to defend things as they are and keep injustice hidden from true righteousness.
To grant me and come colleagues full access to the Vatican vaults for 10 years to study what we may.
If he replied, "you can study just one thing?" what would it be? Or maybe your top 3?
We would have to discuss that after the initial discovery period. What benefit to mankind can we provide and what interest's us the most.
When the media reported that you had said that "Atheists can go to heaven without Jesus," why didn't you rebuke them with God's word: "I am the Way, the Truth, and the Life: no man comes unto the Father but by me?" Do you really believe that "Atheists can go to heaven without Jesus?"
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