There’s no such thing as a free meal.
The Pope, whose Twitter account is one of the largest in the world, has been caught on tape saying, “I love my wife.
I love my children.
I want them to be free and healthy.”
This is the Pope’s wife, and it’s a big deal.
For the first time in history, the pope has been accused of having sexual relations with multiple women.
The pope has denied it, and the Vatican has taken a lot of heat for it.
But it’s also important to remember that the Church isn’t the only institution that can make these kinds of claims.
A study from the Pew Charitable Trusts shows that in 2017, nearly a third of church leaders and pastors in the United States said they had made false claims of sexual misconduct.
In a few other countries, the figure is even higher.
In Argentina, the number of clergy accused of sexual harassment and assault doubled from 2016 to 2017, according to the AP.
And in the Netherlands, a study from 2016 found that nearly half of church officials had been accused at least once of sexual abuse.
But the Pope isn’t just the head of the Church of Rome.
He’s the face of the church, a role that has been in flux over the past several years.
Pope Francis’ style is also changing.
Before his election in 2013, he was known for his loose and sometimes abrasive style.
He was known to make jokes about his sexual health, and even once joked that women who had an affair with him were “the devil’s daughters.”
Now, he has adopted a more polished style, and is even known to have a new hairstyle.
He has also made headlines recently for his outspoken and sometimes combative stance on homosexuality, saying, in March, that he thinks people are “morally insane” for being gay.
He also used his Twitter account to tweet at the Vatican, asking why it wasn’t more aggressive in dealing with the abuse of children by priests.
This is a big step for the Vatican.
In 2014, the Vatican released a list of clergy who had committed sexual abuse, but it didn’t include any of the priests named on the list.
This prompted a massive outcry.
It also drew criticism from human rights organizations.
The list was later changed to include priests who had been found guilty of child sex abuse.
This led to a debate within the Vatican over whether it should be open about the abuse, and to the Pope himself making a statement in favor of the list’s inclusion.
“I don’t think there is anything in the church that can be changed.
We must not allow the Church to be hijacked by anyone,” he said.
That statement has come under heavy criticism, with some calling it a “big lie” that is “just another piece of the papacy’s scandalous history of abuse.”
Another group has taken up the fight, the Human Rights Commission of Argentina.
In September, it filed a lawsuit against the Vatican for its “slanderous, slanderous and abusive language” against Pope Francis.
And on Saturday, it asked the Vatican to “refrain from using the name ‘Pontifex Maximus’ or the names of the other bishops in the Holy Father’s office to imply that there is a conflict of interest.”
But it seems the Vatican is taking the case.
On Monday, Pope Francis will attend the funeral of Argentine Archbishop Juan Antonio López Rivera, who was accused of sexually abusing minors decades ago.
He died on Oct. 31 at the age of 87.
“When you see the Archbishop’s body, which is lying in the cemetery, you are reminded of his life and his suffering,” the pope said in his speech on Sunday.
“The Archbishop, who died at the hands of the same criminals, who murdered the children and who was a victim of so many horrors, has the blood of children all over him.”