Strattonato da fan agitata ❤️ pic.twitter.com/ZPuNBk4wFQ— Matteo Salvini (@matteosalvinimi) January 1, 2020
this blog develops the idea that a theory of man in history can be worked out around the theme that man's self expression in culture and society is motivated by the desire to find meaning in man's existence. i proceed by summarizing seminal works that provide insights into the dynamics of this process, with the view that the culmination of this exploration was reached with god's self revelation in jesus. i'll hopefully also explore the developments that followed this event.
Wednesday, January 1, 2020
Strattonato da fan agitata
I think you can guess the meaning, but it's like: Tugged by an excited fan. Matteo Salvini, of course, is the leader of the Lega Nord. Salvini ran on a quasi-Trumpian, Euro-populist, anti-immigration platform and was virulently opposed by the current pretender to the See of Rome--he woulda slapped Salvini if given half an opportunity. Salvini seems to have a puckish sense of humor:
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I saw this this morning but did not make the connection. The pope is certainly out of sync with Catholics by being such a liberal. But I do feel bad for him. So many do not believe in Jesus as God anymore. No one is looking to the church or priests for guidance. Might be very stressful being Pope.ReplyDelete
I've more or less given up reading stuff like this, but the author has his points:Delete
CHANGELING POPE: Bergoglio’s War on All Things Catholic
My view is simple. A non-Catholic can't be a bishop. Ergo Bergoglio isn't bishop of Rome.