Latest

25 Jul 2016 News No comments

World Youth Day 2016: full schedule

World Youth Day 2016 is taking place in Krakow this week and the Pope is taking part in a number of events Tuesday, July 26 Opening Mass (Błonia Park, 5…

Read more

02 Oct 2015 Articles Comments (2)

The origin of the Christmas Tree

The story of the Christmas tree is part of the story of the life of St. Boniface, whose name was originally Winfrid. St. Boniface was born about the year 680 i…

Read more

06 Nov 2014 Q&A Comments (26)

Can Catholics be cremated? I was taught that cremation is a pagan ritual and therefore forbidden.

Full Question Can Catholics be cremated? I was taught that cremation is a pagan ritual and therefore forbidden. Answer Early Christians opposed…

Read more

02 Dec 2014 Articles Comments (4)

Three Reasons to Be Porn-Free

There are good reasons to decide to live a porn-free life: it’s a sin; it can be addictive; it objectifies people; and so forth. In this post, howe…

Read more

05 Sep 2014 Vatican No comments

Peres says Francis only leader capable of ending today's wars

Peres said that “perhaps for the first time in history, the Holy Father is a leader who’s respected, not just by a lot of people, but also by different religion…

Read more

19 Nov 2016 News No comments

Mexican Mayor kills 300 people, who he ordered incinerated in network of ovens

Mexican authorities have arrested a former mayor who may have participated in over 300 drug killings in his village. Sergio Alonzo Rodriguez was mayor in Allend…

Read more

28 Jan 2016 Articles Comments (1)

Waiting for the Culture to Turn

I was reading an aviation magazine. The senior editor contributed a column on “what to do if you bend an airplane." It was a discussion of the differences…

Read more

29 Aug 2016 Americas News USA Vatican No comments

Heartbroken couple forcibly separated after 62-years of marriage

Wolf and Anita Gottschalk have been forcibly separated for eight months, leaving a ripple of broken hearts across the internet. The Gottschalks have been mar…

Read more

17 Feb 2016 Articles News No comments

Love Means Not Withholding the Truth

Like most people, I don’t like going to the dentist. And if we consider the measure of discomfort that is inflicted on us when we do go, then we realize it is o…

Read more
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
«
»

Pope Francis’ Angry reaction when almost pulled to the ground in Mexico

Pope Francis at the cause of an event with the Mexican audience during his visit was almost pulled to the ground by the crowds’ shoves to reach-out to the rosaries the Pontiff was distributing, these caused the Holy Father to utter tough words to the rowdy crowd when he stood back up, as he fell on a disabled boy sitting on a wheelchair in front of him.

“What's going on with you? Don't be selfish! Don't be selfish!"    Pope Francis said forcefully as he got back up.

“It’s a very human reaction, very normal… anyone in a similar situation would have reacted that way, especially after a long day of activities," Father Federico Lombardi, director of the Vatican Press Office.

The Spokesman explained that the Holy Father before that particular event have had a very stressful day with other events, the Pope “was giving everything he had to be kind with everyone, he is pulled down from one side and started to fall – this really is something that can put you on edge." he said.

Father Federico Lombardi said after the Pope’s reaction he magically wore an honest and kind smile back-on again, welcoming all back to his circles again and the event continued in the same enthusiastic mood it started with initially.









wpsd_autopost:
1

2 comments

  1. doghudje simon akpoje Reply

    Pope visit our country Nigerian

  2. peter Adie Reply

    Pope should come to Nigeria also . are will not serving the God? We need him here also because we are the same catholic like others.

Leave a Reply

  1. most read post
  2. Most Commented
  3. Choose Categories