Regarding media coverage of the Pope’s passing, once again you’ve cut through the BS and hit the nail on the head.
Had you noticed how only a week prior, on Easter when the Pope struggled to speak, liberal print media selected only the most unflattering of photos to accompany their articles?p>Keep up the good work, br> — Jim /p>
The pope left a considerable legacy. Heâ€™ll be remembered as Pope John Paul II the Great. But, really, who will remember his critics?
The Lord God had a good and faithful servant in the late Pope John Paul II. The pope’s modesty, courage and integrity were inspirational. Too, his stance for and lack of shame about the Gospels of Jesus the Christ was refreshing and exemplary.
Of course, such a man would be ridiculed by secular liberals and liberals calling themselves Catholic. It almost cost him his life, most certainly at the hands of someone hired by the Soviets to assassinate him. Even now, the spin occurring in the advocacy media remains how he was too conservative, even a right-wing extremist. Obviously, the late popeâ€™s detractors never read that Jesus Himself said that he, Jesus, came to set the captives free and to proclaim the day of the Lord. The pope simply did what was most important to him.