Normandy REFUSES To Give Muslim Burial To Priest Killers! POPE FRANCIS AGREES TO BURY THE TWO MUSLIMS IN THE VATICAN CEMETERY NEXT TO THE HOBO!
'We won't bury terrorists' but Pope Francis will! right next to the Hobo!
'We won't bury terrorists' Normandy REFUSES to give Muslim burial to priest killers
THE shocked community reeling after two ISIS killers entered a church and killed an elderly priest in France are refusing to bury the pair following their wretched act. Adel Kermiche and Abdelmalik Petitjean will not be given a Muslim burial by locals who say they do not want to "taint" Islam. Both men who entered the Normandy church acted in accordance as they slit 84-year old priest Fr Jacques Hamel's throat on the altar while he was conducting morning mass. Now furious locals are turning their backs on the men. SourceWhy will Pope Francis agree to the burial? Because the act is a fulfillment of his work on dialogue.
You do remember when Pope Francis allowed his protestant friend Bishop Tony Palmer to be to given a Catholic Mass and to be buried as a Bishop in a Catholic Church.
“Father David told us that because Tony [Palmer] was not a Roman Catholic he had to ask his bishop’s permission to celebrate the requiem and though Tony’s wife and children are Roman Catholics, permission still had to be given for the requiem. The bishop agreed but said that Tony could not be buried as a bishop as he was not a Roman Catholic bishop. However, Pope Francis said he should and could be buried as a bishop, and so that put an end to that little bit of ecclesiastical nonsense!” SourceYou do remember that one? Right?
Or how about the homeless man given a burial in the Vatican ?
Pope Francis arranges for homeless man to be buried in the Vatican
A homeless man has been buried in the exclusive Teutonic Cemetery within the Vatican in the latest sign of how Pope Francis’s concern for society’s most vulnerable is changing the way the Church does things. Willy, a Belgian who lived on the streets around St Peter’s until his death in December, was well known to many priests, some of whom used to bring him food, Vatican radio reported. He died after being hospitalised with the symptoms of exposure. His burial in a cemetery normally reserved for senior German clerics was funded by a donation from a German family. SourceRemember that one as well?
So why is it not believable for Pope Francis to make a third such arrangement?
You too will praise the Pontiff for his kind gesture. Why? Because you're an idiot..right?