Anal Pope Whines About American Catholics Rejecting Anal, Says Morality Changes

The Pope has gone from promoting gay anal to now actively attacking the people pushing back on it.

He must be feeling he’s in a good position, to move from encouraging gay sex to actively organizing anyone opposed to it.

He’s especially opposed to Americans, who are apparently being very vocal about their disagreement with the Pope’s anal agenda.


Pope Francis has lamented what he called a “reactionary” Catholic Church in the United States, where he said political ideology has replaced faith in some cases.

In the 10 years since his election, Francis has been criticised by conservative sectors of the U.S. Church who are opposed to reforms such as giving women and lay Catholics more roles and making the Church more welcoming and less judgmental towards some, including LGBT people.

Francis made his comments on Aug. 5 in a private meeting in Lisbon with members of the Jesuit order, of which he is a member, during his trip for World Youth Day. They were published on Monday by the Jesuit journal Civilta Cattolica.

Video about “World Youth Day,” which was basically one giant anal propaganda event

In a question-and-answer session, a Portuguese Jesuit said that during a sabbatical in the United States, he was saddened that many Catholics, including some bishops, were hostile to the pope’s leadership.

“You have seen that in the United States the situation is not easy: there is a very strong reactionary attitude. It is organised and shapes the way people belong, even emotionally,” the pope responded.

Religious conservatives in the United States often have aligned with politically conservative media outlets to criticise the pope over a host of issues such as climate change, immigration, social justice, his calls for gun control and his opposition to the death penalty.

“You have been to the United States and you say you have felt a climate of closure. Yes, this climate can be experienced in some situations,” Francis said.

“And there, one can lose the true tradition and turn to ideologies for support. In other words, ideology replaces faith, membership in a sector of the Church replaces membership in the Church,” he said.

Francis said his critics should understand that “there is an appropriate evolution in the understanding of matters of faith and morals” and that being backward-looking is “useless”.

The Church’s morals didn’t change until Vatican II in the 1960s. Before that, you had nearly two thousand years of consistency.

If you speak to neo-Catholics now, they will tell you that there was a great revelation in the 20th century, and they realized that morality is constantly in flux, and that basically, all the fundamental premises of the historic Church are wrong.

It’s a tough situation, but there is nothing normal Catholics who don’t want to go anal can do other than simply refuse to engage with this stuff, and continue to push back.

It’s hard to say what you’re supposed to do in Germany, where every church is now flying the anal flag. At least most of them are; I don’t know if it’s every single one. But most.

It’s hard to argue that Christians should be obligated to go hear a priest talk about the joys of anal.