Last year Pope Francis formally approved blessings for homosexual couples, a landmark decision that inauspiciously violates the will of God.
Same-sex marriage is still strictly forbidden, of course, and it’s still a sin to suck a cock, but at least those on the inverse can now get blessed in a Catholic church anywhere on the globe – except Africa.
In Africa, if you’re gay, you’re the scum of the Earth and you’ll be hanged or stoned to death or thrown to the lions. Same old story.
Based Catholic bishops have rejected this horseshit from day one, proclaiming that they will unapologetically adhere to the sacrosanct god-hates-fags-and-so-do-we policy.
Also: fuck the Pope.
But the Pope said this yesterday:
Sometimes decisions are not accepted, but in most cases when decisions are not accepted, it is because they are not understood.
The danger is that if I don’t like something and I put it in my heart, I become a resistance and jump to ugly conclusions.
This is what happened with these latest decisions on blessings for all.
I’d like to see the look on the Pope’s face when he awakes in hell after he dies, bawling in Latin “What the fuck is this shit?!”
And I hope God blesses him with an appropriate punishment, like being constantly set on fire or fucked up the ass by weird demons and homeless black guys.