Catholic Church Fooled by UN on Climate Change

The fight to stop climate change is about to become official doctrine of the Catholic Church. By taking this action, the Church turns its back on many of the world’s poorest people, those most vulnerable to the impacts of the United Nations’ dangerously misguided climate and energy policies.

To provide support for the first ever encyclical letter from a pope devoted entirely to the environment, expected to be released in June, the Vatican and the UN chaired a one-day conference on Tuesday titled “The Moral Dimensions of Climate Change and Sustainable Development.”
The final declaration of the conference left little doubt as to what the focus of Pope Francis’ encyclical letter will be.


  • irishrus

    I don’t get it. Thousands of Christians are being murdered by Muslims and the Pope is worried God wants us to be political about global warming faux science. Didn’t God create create the world?
    divine choice involved. (if it were even true)

    Does the Vatican listen to itself sometimes? Or is the best way to attract the flock is with populist BS

    • Millie_Woods

      I remember hearing Ralph Klein being dissed in a sermon. That was the last regular mass I attended. Looks like it’s gotten worse since then.

    • Justin St.Denis

      This Pope is a Jesuit priest. That freaked me out from the start, having been educated by Jesuits for a period of time in my youth. That red flag was ignored. This Pope is South-American, where Jesuits have played a none-too-subtle role in the political sphere for way too long. That red flag was ignored, too. The MSM positively creamed themselves over this Pope when he was named pope. That red flag WAS perceived by some as “kind of suspicious”, myself included, but largely ignored by the majority.

      And it has been downhill ever since. The former Pope Benedict must be praying himself to pieces over what the new guy is up to. Pope Benedict is a true Christian warrior.

      • Drunk_by_Noon

        You likely know more than I, but I also noticed that every leftists attached to the Cathlocs church in about the last 40-years has been a Jesuits.
        Can you tell me what went sideways with that bunch?
        Many of the seem to be outright communists, if not atheistic too.

        • andycanuck

          I read in a conservative R.C. publication several years ago that the European Jesuits are okay but the North American (so I’d infer the South American too) have been taken over by the Left and gaydom.

          I don’t know about the atheistic though. The one saving grace of our R.C. leftists is that they’re at least pro-life. However, I don’t know about the real outrageous ones like Obama’s POS buddy in Chicago.

          Addendum: BTW, a Jesuit associated with my one-time parish as a frequent visitor gave one sermon complaining about how Russia had been better under the Soviets because there were e.g. no homeless drunks on the street then etc. and he had been there before and after Communism. He also railed against the first Gulf War to liberate Kuwait.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            I notice that they had a history of saying nonsense like that.
            Also, the nuns killed in Nicaragua back when Somoza’s regime was coming undone were suspected of doing more than most nuns would and that they were hooked in with Jesuit off shoot.
            I’ll have to look it up.
            I’m not condoning their rape and murder, but they might not have been the innocent missionaries portrayed in the popular press at the time either.

        • Justin St.Denis

          Drunk, Jesuits are very fond of Marxism. They were literally expelled from Brazil at one point. Jesuits do a lot more than dabble in South American policies, they are known for fomenting revolution or supporting those who do. I knew Francis would be a problem as soon as I learned he is an ordained Jesuit. Jesuits are also big on leftists university campuses. Loyola campuses are usually overrun with Jesuits and progbot Marxists.

          • Drunk_by_Noon

            Thanks, great info.
            Are there any books about them that you could recommend?
            If you don’t know of any, that OK too, I can look some up.

          • Justin St.Denis

            No recommendations, no. I only know what I know because I am of mixed Catholic/Jewish parents, so know about religion was really important to my parents. My dad went to Catholic mass EVERY DAY at 7:00 a.m. He was a deeply religious man with a very deep mistrust of Catholic clergy. He also spent a lot of time in SA as a consulting engineer. And he really, really came to loathe Jesuits over time. He called them “intellectual bandits”. He was not a man who spoke lightly about serious issues.

  • Brett_McS

    They are finally admitting that AGW is a religious belief?

    • Justin St.Denis

      Pretty much. Sure looks that way.

  • WalterBannon

    What do people expect when they make a south american Marxist the pope?

  • DMB

    I wonder how much money the Vatican bank will be able to make off a cap and trade scheme!

  • Brenda2600

    REMINDER—PET was a jesuit–HE WAS RAISED by the jesuit priests in Montreal.

  • I would wait until June.

  • SMC_BC

    Maybe we should wait to read the encyclical before we comment. But until then: