Pope Francis Quiet on Catholic Persecution of Protestants in Mexico

Not one mention of this during Pope Francis’ visit to Chiapas, Mexico … 

“The day before Francis’ visit, one evangelical church was broken into and burned down.”

Revealing article at Christianity Today

Excerpts…

“Francis, who restarted the ordinations in 2014, took a strong stand for the indigenous Catholics this week.”

“He didn’t address the persecution that indigenous Catholics have leveled against Protestants in Chiapas.”

“In what Christian Solidarity Worldwide (CSW) calls “a marginalized community within a larger marginalized community,” Chiapas Protestants have been banished from their homes and land. Sometimes after having their utilities cut off. Sometimes after threats of lynching. The day before Francis’s visit, one evangelical church was broken into and burned down.”

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Pope Francis Quiet on Catholic Persecution of Protestants in Mexico

A previous post on the same topic …

Christians Jailed For Refusing To Convert To Catholicism

An idiom comes to mind…

Wake up and smell the coffee!

“Something that you say in order to tell someone that they should try to understand the true facts of a situation or that they should give more attention to what is happening around them.”

idioms.thefreedictionary.com

About Cathy

I am a born again Christian, saved in 1988 at the age of 38. My mother was born again in her old age, in her 80's. Her name is Giannina which means "God is gracious."
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