Open Letter to Pope Francis

I’m not much for these open letters, but in this case I’ll make an exception.

Open letter to Pope Francis

… and the cadre of Leftists who push these critiques on the American people.

Pope Francis, since you have taken aim at our dialogue on policies in this country, I thought it fair to ask you about your recent Mexican visit tour.

Why did you not say to the Mexican government and the people:

Why are you allowing such an exodus to happen from your country? These are good people that make great contributions to society. Why do you let them go off to improve their lives and the culture in other countries. This is a terrible loss to Mexico. Why are you not doing more to prevent this?

Francis, why are you not more concerned about the cause of this huge problem than you are with our security policies? These people could do a lot to make Mexico much better. Why not attack economic policies that cause such hopelessness in these countries?

Since your suggestion was people who want to build a wall rather than a bridge are not Christian, then the same condemnation applies to most people (many Christians) in the USA. Virtually every Republican candidate supports building the wall. So you are calling them all, and people that agree with them, not Christians?

Surely, if you cared to look, you would know that this a problem stemming all the way to the 198o’s. It is more than 3 decades old. Now that we are finally preparing to take action on it, you criticize our extremely patient and deliberative response. Why can’t you criticize the circumstances in these countries behind such mass exodus and migration to America?

In fact, you must be aware that you are putting your Papal approval on the policies in these countries that are exporting their citizens across borders. Why are you not critical of their policies? Why don’t you call that behavior Unchristian? You are de facto endorsing the mass illegal invasion of the US. As I said, this has been going on over 3 decades.

Why do you not address the gangs and the coyotes who make their living on transporting these people? Or criticize their behavior that is taking advantage of these people and exploits them like some material object? How about all those who have died or fallen victim to crime en route to America? Where is the Christian compassion for them? What about the American victims created by gangs of thugs or criminals which illegally come to this country and assault good Christians and American people?

In the context of the Biblical example of Jesus, are you calling on Mexicans and their leaders to put down their stones? Do you call them Unchristian for exporting people? Yet you can criticize us for deporting illegal aliens back to their country of origin.

Franklin Graham, in a FB post , said “My advice to the Pontiff—reach out and build a bridge to Donald Trump. Who knows where he may be this time next year!”

Why be so divisive in your words and actions rather than building bridges with Christians and other countries? You were awarded a lot of good will among Americans in your visit. You squandered that on divisive rhetoric injecting the RC Church into our politics. Unfortunately you are building walls not bridges. Now Pope John Paul II knew something about building bridges — and maintaining them.

Signed,
A sincerely disappointed American Christian

RightRing | Bullright

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11 comments on “Open Letter to Pope Francis

  1. the unit says:

    You know the flaw in your thinking right? Wrong signature, pen out of ink, phone disconnected.

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  2. peppermintfarm says:

    Love the letter. I think the Pope needs to take down his walls at the Vatican and welcome in all the refugees before he starts lecturing anybody else. I have to say this is the worst Pope we’ve ever had except in the middle ages when they were most corrupt.

    I’m turned off with his Commie ways and thinking

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  3. Davetherave says:

    I was informed by a really good friend that it was cool for me to slam the Pontiff twice in one day. Is that friend setting me up to burn in hell? It would be a great joke on me, but I don’t think that friend would wish that on me. So let’s get to wearing out Francis again today.

    Open letter, closed letter, kinda both…whatever…it sounds great to me! All those that read and/or visit this blog damn well know my disgust over the liberal ass views of Francis and the fact he just can’t keep them to himself. So I’m inclined to not keep my conservative views to myself.

    Francis should stick purely to religion. He may want to try and out do John Paul II and have his name etched in history like John Paul II, but IMO he’s making an ass of himself and falling far short.

    JP II was a great man that IMO did God’s work wonderfully. Francis IMO is no different and no more than a local, liberal activist just like Barry once was…

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    • Bullright says:

      Well, Dave, don’t scare me now. Actually, this is a lesson to the Muzzies that you can actively speak up and retain your head. Joking aside, I feel obligated to do the same as I wish like heck they would do. Meaning I’m not too p/c or intimidated to do it.

      No he can’t keep that Marxist type philosophy to himself. So you’re right. 🙂 I don’t get the pandering all over these countries though, Who’s it helping? JP II is a good way to put it.

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  4. drrik says:

    The independent country of the Vatican, surrounded by high walls, only allows visitors into a central courtyard. Anyone going anywhere else is escorted. And everyone has to leave at night.
    We should apply Catholic principles here.

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  5. Hardnox says:

    My advice to Francis is SHUT UP!! Stop embracing socialists and maybe, just maybe, people will take you seriously. Meanwhile, attend to the affairs of the Church which has its own problems. People in glass houses shouldn’t throw boulders. You look silly.

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  6. The Pope needs to stick to religion and leave the politics to the politicians. It doesn’t get any more complicated than that.

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