You will be Surprised When You See for WHO Pope Francis is Praying in his Christmas Eve Mass

Pope Francis starts Christmas Eve Mass and warns the world to stop ignoring millions of migrants. The pontiff strongly defended and comparing them to Mary and Joseph finding no place to stay in Bethlehem and saying faith demands that foreigners be welcomed. Vatican Pope, celebrating his fifth Christmas as leader of the world’s 1.2 billion Roman Catholics, led a solemn Mass for about 10,000 people in St. Peter’s Basilica while many others followed the service from the square outside. Via BBC: The pontiff compared migrants to Mary and Joseph, recounting the…

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With Refugee ID Bracelet, Pope Francis Show HUGE Support for Asylum Seekers

Pope Francis arrived in Bologna, Italy, Sunday to urged governments and people to do more to help migrants and not see them as enemies, wearing a plastic ID bracelet used by asylum seekers to drive home his message. He met with hundreds of migrants and refugees personally, calling them “warriors of hope” while insisting that nations open broader avenues for immigration. During a full day in Bologna, Francis spent an hour meeting hundreds of migrants personally while posing with them for selfies under a light drizzle. Later, the pontiff hosted a luncheon for asylum-seekers…

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Criminal Soros Group BUSTED On Broadcasts Footage Working With Human Traffickers (VIDEO)

It looks like things are turning against the progressive billionaire George Soros. GEORGE SOROS, HAS THREATENED TO CONTROL THE WHOLE WORLD! According to: yournewswire An Italian TV station has broadcast footage showing members of a Soros-funded organization working alongside human traffickers.  The footage shows members of Soros’ pro-migrant rescue NGO ‘Save the Children’ cooperating with the traffickers. The television programme, which is hosted on Italian network Canale 5, released the footage which shows what they claim are people smugglers helping a large wooden boat of migrants get to the ship chartered…

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