Pope Francis Has Migrant Crucifix Installed in Vatican

Pope Francis Has Migrant Crucifix Installed in Vatican

December 19, 2019

After meeting with 33 migrants, open-borders globalist Pope Francis held a ceremony for the installation of a crucifix in the Vatican Thursday, with a migrant life vest substituting for Jesus’ body on the cross.

The life jacket was recovered from the Mediterranean last July, presumably that of a migrant who died at sea.

“We are facing another death caused by injustice,” Francis stated in his address. “Yes, because it is injustice that forces many migrants to leave their lands. It is injustice that forces them to cross deserts and suffer abuse and torture in detention camps. It is injustice that rejects them and makes them die at sea.

“I decided to exhibit this life jacket, ‘crucified’ on this cross, to remind us that we must keep our eyes open, keep our hearts open, to remind everyone of the absolute commitment to save every human life, a moral duty that unites believers and non-believers,” he added. No word on whether the Pope will install a cross symbolizing European citizens victimized by the rise of crime and terrorism due to mass Muslim “migration.”


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