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John Paul II kissing in Austria
During his trip to Austria in 1983, John Paul II the moral-free Pope, accepts a gift from a young woman and takes advantage of the opportunity to kiss her.
A quite inappropriate custom for a Pope, supposedly the prime teacher and example of Catholic Morals. Indeed, until Vatican II it was always taught by the Church that a man should never kiss a woman who is not his wife, mother or daughter. For more, click here. This rule should be applied especially if the man is a priest, and above all if he is a Pope.
Doing this, John Paul II sabotaged Catholic Morals and encouraged permissivism.
Posted January 25, 2009
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