Realism, Christian virtue

June 1, 2016-Reading time: < 1 minutes

It is repeatedly shown that it is not easy to classify Pope Francis. A recent interview demonstrates this in relation to migration, Islamic terrorism or conscientious objections.

There are those who find it difficult to "fit" the Pope into categories that - unfortunately - from politics are applied to the Church, such as "progressive" and "conservative". A few days ago, he gave an interesting interview to the French newspaper La Croix. He spoke on several topics, but two responses demonstrate how a Catholic who is a Catholic cannot be "labeled" with political categories.

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