Pope Francis' 'risky business' sparks internal fire
Under the heading â€śThe War Against the Pope Begins,â€ť a list of criticisms launched at Pope Francis from within the Vatican has been published widely in Spanish-speaking outlets throughout Latin America.
Seasoned Vatican observers already have begun expressing concern about the pontiffâ€™s safety, with the concern not so much over external enemies of the Roman Catholic Church but over forces within the church that are resistant to change.
Members of the Curia, the administrative clerics in Rome, along with various appointed officials that have helped govern the Vatican for decades, are increasingly unhappy with Pope Francis, whose life experience traces back to Buenos Aires, not Rome....
John UK wrote: He's not long for the papacy, unwilling to toe the party line. Man, if ever a pope got converted, he'd be out the same day.
You notice John UK, he seems to sleep and does most of his work outside the Vatican? I don't think he'll have an accident soon, but of course if actually became a Christian, he would be put in some Romish looney bin, never to seen and especially heard of again.
Isn't interesting how all of his problems have really nothing to do with theology? Of course theologically speaking who holds an anti-Christian position, q.v., The Pope and the Papacy. This of course means he is no more Christian than the Dali Lama
So, with some bemusement we can look on the follies of the Romish Church, since the main concern of Romish authority, q.v., Roman Catholic Authority (PDF) are finances and power struggles. I assume Frannie will have problems with politics as well, since I have feeling that's he left of center. In other words topics that are of secondary or no concern to actual Christians.