Missing in the rush to use Pope Francis as a political pawn is attention to his directives that we care for the poor like we wish to care for the earth.
Socialism, fascism, and one-world government are not solutions to poverty and environmental degradation, as Pope Francis’s encyclical seems to suggest.
The Federalist contributors discuss Pope Francis’s new environment-themed encyclical, ‘Laudato Si.’
In his new encyclical, Pope Francis has diverted the gospel into a series of ill-supported political pronouncements.
By telling people their spirituality is measured by what they do, Pope Francis in his recent encyclical rejects the central message of the gospel: grace.
Conservatives should see Pope Francis’s encyclical as an opportunity to reflect on the ever-pressing need to respond to the dehumanizing pressures of the modern world.
In his new encyclical, Pope Francis gives the impression that the post-fall sibling rivalry between the earth and mankind has been entirely one-sided.
In his new encyclical, Pope Francis praises business but criticizes economies of scale. That doesn’t make any sense.
Most people will receive an interpretation of new papal encyclical ‘Laudato Si’ that hovers somewhere between drunken rambling and wishcasting heresy.
Pope Francis has sealed himself off in an ideological bubble harder and more impenetrable than the Popemobile.
The pope no longer has the power to drastically change geopolitics. People in a frenzy over Pope Francis’s comments and associations should remember that.
When Pope Francis damages the cause of liberty across the globe, it’s only right that its defenders should speak up.
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