Vatican Sends Representative To The Bilderberg Conference

Pope Francis is sending his secretary of state Cardinal Pietro Parolin to the Bilderberg conference, where wealthy and powerful globalists meet each year to discuss their one-world designs.

The Vatican has been consistently criticized during the Francis Era for prioritizing left-wing global politics over the actual teachings of the Catholic Church.

Cruxnow reports: “It would be the first time high-ranking Vatican official has taken part in the Bilderberg Conferences. Started in 1954 the Hotel de Bilderberg in Oosterbeek, The Netherlands, and named after the same hotel, the Bilderberg Conference gathers each year some 120-150 participants, among them European and North American political elites, along with industrial, financial, academic and media figures. The first meeting took place at the invitation of Prince Bernhard of Lippe-Biesterfeld. Co-founders of the meeting were Polish politician Jozef Retinger, former Belgian prime minister Paul van Zeeland, and Paul Rijkens, who was then the head of Unilever.”

Big League Politics recently reported:

The not-so-venerable leader of the Catholic Church has been noticeably silent regarding the one of the largest blows to Christian values in recent history.

“The Gospel calls us to live outside our comfort zone, because anyone who follows Jesus, loves the poor and the lowly,” Pope Francis tweeted this morning, just as official news broke that Ireland to legalize abortion.

Living “outside of our comfort zone” first requires life – a point perhaps lost on the Pope.
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