(Frontpage) -- Interesting times these are.
While the Pope of my church seems to spare no occasion to castigate Western societies for allegedly not doing enough to welcome and accommodate Islamic refugees from the Middle East, he rarely says anything about the epidemic of anti-Christian persecution around the world.
In stark contrast, while addressing the topic of Middle Easterners who are seeking refuge in the United States, President Trump—who, readers may recall, Pope Francis once suggested wasn’t really a Christian because of his expressed desire to build a wall along America’s southern border—explicitly resolved to provide relief for Christians.
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Trump’s critics immediately pounced on him for religious discrimination.
Some context on this matter readily reveals that the Pope’s view is as morally confused as the President’s is sensible.