The extremist of liberalism, Javier Milei, even called the Pope a communist, said that he was a representative of evil and insulted him in an interview. Dozens of priests have celebrated a massive mass in Buenos Aires in Argentina to defend the pontiff.
Mass mass in Argentina to support Pope Francis after the attacks by extremist candidate Javier Milei against the pontiff. The mass was called by the priests who work in the precarious settlements of Buenos Aires and its surroundings.
At the end of the celebration they read a declaration signed by about 70 priests. They expressed their repudiation of the lying concepts that the anarcho-libertarian candidate says he is pouring about the Pope, calling him a communist, a representative of evil or directly insulting him on television.
José ‘Pepe’ Di Paola, priest, points out: “A sermon, in short, that goes against the faith in Pope Francis, there is the person it attacks but be careful! In short, the attack goes to the roots of our faith and humanism.”
Lorenzo “Toto” De Vedia, priest, points out: “It is very important to support Pope Francis, because he is the voice of those who have no voice, he always raises his voice in favor of the helpless in society.”
They questioned the ideas of the ultra-liberal economist Javier Milei that they want to shrink the State and cut public spending and recalled that state aid is essential for the poorest.
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