en.news “A crisis changes us all,” Francis philosophized about the coronavirus hype during a September 25 video talk to the UN General Assembly.
He proclaimed the slogan that “it is our duty to rethink the future of our common home and our common project,” and lamented that the coronavirus has “led to the loss of so many lives” - although its death rate is comparable to a flue.
Francis complained that the "international community" has shown itself largely incapable of honoring the promises made at the 2015 Paris Climate Agreement. However, according to Catholic teaching on subsidiarity, a pope does not need to worry about such matters.
Nevertheless, Francis went on complaining about an “alarming situation in the Amazon and its indigenous peoples.” Most of Francis’ six-page speech was a pot-pourri of empty slogans regarding his “fantasy of mercy,” immigrants, poverty, arms industry, nationalism, individualism, and elitism.
In a side note, which was formulated as incomprehensibly as possible, Francis called it “troubling to see how simple and convenient it has become for some to deny the existence of a human life as a solution to problems that can and must be solved for both the mother and her unborn child.”
Archbishop Fulton Sheen on the False Prophet: “The False Prophet will have a religion without a cross. A religion without a world to come. A religion to destroy religions. There will be a counterfeit church. Christ’s Church will be one. And the False Prophet will create the other. The false church will be worldly, ecumenical, and global. It will be a loose federation of churches. And religions forming some type of global association. A world parliament of churches. It will be emptied of all divine content and will be the mystical body of the Antichrist. The mystical body on earth today will have its Judas Iscariot and he will be the false prophet. Satan will recruit him from among our bishops.”
Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen on the anti-Christ : The third temptation in which Satan asked Christ to adore him and all the Kingdoms of the world would be his, will become the temptation to have a new religion without a Cross, a liturgy without a world to come, a city of man without a city of God, a religion to invoke a religion, or a politics which is a religion – one that renders unto Caesar even the things that are God’s.