- Inés San Martín
- Aug 8, 2020
Ines San Martin is in Argentina talking to villero priests.
Ines San Martin speaks with one of Argentina’s curas villeros.
Read in English ROSARIO, Argentina – En una entrevista que le hicieron en el 2015, el Papa Francisco contó un viejo chiste sobre su país de origen: “¿Sabés cómo se suicida un argentino? Se sube a su ego y salta.” Sin embargo, el pontífice dejó de lado una segunda parte
Pope Benedict XVI reportedly wanted Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Buenos Aires, the future Pope Francis, to be his Secretary of State to help him clean up the Catholic Church’s central government, known as the “Roman Curia.”
Analysis of fragments of a Eucharistic host that had turned into a blood-like liquid in 1992 found the substance belonged to a heart muscle called the myocardium – more specifically, the left ventricle that pumps oxygenated blood from the lungs to the body.
According to Bishop Daniel Fernandez from Jujuy, in Argentina’s remote northwest, national polarization, dubbed here as a “crack,” is something that deeply worries the pope.
Survivor Ricardo Benedetti, who says he was abused by a priest when he was 8 years old, and who is today the motor force behind the a new bill to lift the country’s statute of limitations for prosecuting abuse crimes, said it’s important to have the support of his fellow Argentine Pope Francis.
Ironically, few Argentines who willingly give an opinion on their pope have actually read anything he’s said, seen any of his monthly prayer videos or even follow him on Twitter.