Open Letter to Pope Francis

Dear Pope Francis,

Fanciscus, Bishop of Rome, Vicar of Jesus Christ, Successor of the Prince of Apostles, Pontifex Maximus of the Church, Primate of Italy, Archbishop of the Dioceses of Rome, Sovereign of the Vatican State, Servant of the Servants of God.

You called out Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump for his views on U.S. immigration policy as “not Christian.”

Are you really wanting to take on this political battle?

Would you be referring to all the Muslim men between the age of 18 and 45 trying to get into our nation, as they have in Europe, to rape and slaughter Christians and Jews? Do you think we, the U.S. tax payers of the United States, should be a dumping ground for Muslim migrants who have no intention of assimilating into our Judeo/Christian culture?

Muslims who want to take our Churches land to build mosques. Muslims who think its permissible, according to the Qur’an, to marry 9-year old children and stone women to death? Are these the people you speak of while bashing Mr. Trump?

Hmm, perhaps maybe you are referring to the Mexican criminal gangs, like MS 13, and other miscreants that sneak across our borders to rape our women, sell drugs and kill and maim Americans. We pick up the tab for that too.

The sovereignty of the United States has been pillaged since Jimmy Carter opened up the flood gates with his Refugee Act of 1980. We have had enough.

The question to ask is how many Muslim refugees has the Vatican taken in? Lets hazard a guess at ZERO.

You also stated on your flight home from your visit to Mexico:

“A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian.”

The Vatican is a walled in city. Its the most protected city in Italy. You are inside a fortress, a compound. No bridges. No Muslim or South American refugees. I have been there. I met with Pope John Paul II in Saint Peters Basilica in 1990 right before Desert Storm started.

So before you start criticizing others, first take the plank out of your own eye so you can see clearly to remove the speck of dust from ours. Matthew 7:3-5 (NIV):

“Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.

vatican wall

Aerial view of the wall surrounding the Vatican (white line).

Bryan Fischer in his article “Trump, the Pope, and the wall” notes:

The Pope created a firestorm of controversy by going to our southern border and making the building of a border wall the litmus test of Christian faith. “A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian. This is not the gospel.”

Setting aside the plain truth that the litmus test of Christian faith is what a man does with Christ, not what he thinks about a wall, the Pope has hoisted himself on his own petard here. The Vatican is surrounded by the mother of all walls, and has the stingiest citizenship and immigration policy of any sovereign state in the world.

The low-information media and the Vatican itself have scrambled to the Pope’s defense. The Vatican reminds us that the Pope did not build the Vatican wall. True. But he’s making no effort to take it down either.

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Mr. Trump does not take any false criticism lying down. Not from you Holy Father, not from the Democrats, not from the “establishment” Republicans, the Chinese, the Russians or the North Koreans. NO ONE!

So, if you wish to debate on the issue of building walls perhaps you should first check the Holy Bible. Do  you recall Zechariah 2:5 which says:

And I myself will be a wall of fire around it,’ declares the LORD, ‘and I will be its glory within’

We don’t need any distractions during this critical election year.

Now Mr. Trump was prompted by your little outburst to respond in kind. He said you sir are “disgraceful” for questioning his faith. I and many others agree.

You want to stick your nose into the sovereignty of the United States be careful. We will challenge you. We are done with the political correctness. It is time to confront the real evils in the world, those who slaughter Christians and Jews. This is our nation and Mr. Trump is going to protect our borders, our culture, our Judeo/Christian heritage and our language to paraphrase radio talk show host Mr. Michael Savage.

Remove your blindfold and understand that you should spend more time protecting your flock against Islam, Communists and atheists.

I beseech you, Pope Francis take down your walls.

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9 replies
  1. Curtis Jones Jr
    Curtis Jones Jr says:

    Holy Father,

    I agree with this letter whole-heatedly. You live in a glass bubble and are wearing blinders. You need to man-up and apoligise to Donald Trump and to the World. Everything you accused Trump for, you are doing. The United States of America has become Big Brother to the World. Our young Men and Women are sacrificed every day trying to help the poor and the oppressed. We donate money that we don’t have, we borrow it. We are taxed to death so we may give, and the likes of you criticize, because we don’t want the radical Muslims, the drug gangs from Mexico, the illegal immigrants. Before the antiChrist obama took over, America did not have a problem with Muslims here in America. We were a tolerant people, now the refugees, that you didn’t take in, are raping, robbing and killing. obama is taking away from the Seniors and the Veterans to GIVE to these ungrateful lot. Which if you care, I am both a Senior and a Veteran. Be the man that you are suppose to be and Apologize.

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  2. Linda Gallant
    Linda Gallant says:

    Too bad the author took bridges and walls literally…The Pope said it figurativly…and so many are jumping on this erroneous literal view. The misunderstanding of the Pope’s words has gotten to the point of sickening. ..I am sure he will feel this way if he sees this sad letter and the comments from those who don’t know what he says or means either! The media has you right where they want you…a huge % of the media has an agenda…much like the Jews in Jesus time. ..PS…God save us from Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton!

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    • Dr. Rich Swier
      Dr. Rich Swier says:

      The Pope said what he said. How others look at it and respond to it is their’s. Agree or disagree, the Pope has not been protecting Christians. Rather he has been protecting the special interests.

      As a Catholic, I want a Church that changes the world. Not one that changes with the world.

      The Pope is being politically correct, at a time when Christians are being persecuted globally.

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    • Lina
      Lina says:

      The Pope has NO RIGHT to comment on a democratic countries rights. ISIS is killing men, women and children YET he has no comment….. The Pope is way to political, that is not his place, his place is to protect his flock…. The vatican has never protected those in need, during WWII the vatican AND THE POPE turned a blind eye on millions of Jews being put to death in the most horrific and inhuman manner, much like ISIS and the Islamic State is doing now… So please spear us your misinterpretations and explanation on what the Pope meant, it was crystal clear what he meant….. The Vatican is the richest institution in the world, so why are so many of his people dying every day of hunger?????

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    • Mary
      Mary says:

      .There are those “Catholics” who don’t see the forest through the trees…instead spout a line..”he was chosen by the holy spirit…therefore, as I hear many Catholics who believe everything out of his mouth as either “misinterpreted”, or ex cathedra….(not even realizing when the last time that was ushered in the Catholic Church–1950~~declaring the Assumption of Mary)….Was he misinterpreted when the Gays made him the poster boy by saying we shouldn’t judge…how about his global warming nonsense (new poster boy of dicapprio and obumma), or putting on a laser-light show on the facade of the Vatican Basilica…then he gets involved in our politics by calling out a person who believes like MOST Americans that the border is too impervious to ILLEGALS!!! How dare he interject his opinions to state to the obvious uninformed voters that “this person is not a Christian”…This is judging…going back full circle aren’t we…God help our Church…But I will not stand silent to this dribble that is pouring out of the Vatican by him and/or his minions—I didn’t even discuss the SIN-OD—loaded down with notable pedagrasts who shouldn’t be on any kind of discussion lest we cause scandal!!!!!!! Do you want to know just how shocked Catholics are about the Pope’s comments on a plane suggesting contraception was a lesser evil than abortion and OK to use to fight zika. Their shock and disbelief is so high that they have crashed the Catholic News Agency’s servers trying to download the full transcript to try to make some sense of it, or find a way to play a semantics game in their mind that makes him somehow misunderstood… It’s that bad…
      This “pope” should understand that “contraception” includes abortificaient (“that which will cause a miscarriage” from Latin: abortus “miscarriage” and faciens “making”) is a substance that induces abortion.!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  3. Bob Fox
    Bob Fox says:

    Islam is NOT a RELIGION, it is a THEOCRACY.
    It is 100% INCOMPATIBLE with the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights.

    There are only 4 options for all Muslims in United States of America:
    1. Reform Islam
    2. Convert
    3. Move to an Islamic country
    4. Natural death.

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