Pope Francis Takes Leave of Absence Amid Trial

In the middle of his ongoing ITCCS trial for murder and satanic rituals, the Pope takes a leave of absence from being the Vicar of Christ.
Is he leaving for good?

Better be.
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So Pope Francis isn’t a man of steel or ironman after all. Or just so we thought? The incumbent spiritual leader of the 1.2-billion strong Roman Catholic church has for the very first time filed for a leave of absence from work since taking on the post in March 2013. Vatican assured believers and skeptics alike it was nothing major, just that the pope was tired.
For a second day in a row since Monday, Pope Francis asked to cancel all his appointments so he can rest.
“Following a very historic and full weekend, Pope Francis has chosen to rest on Monday afternoon and today, Tuesday. He celebrated mass privately this morning and has cancelled audiences and meetings for the day. Therefore there will be no homily notes available today. The Holy See Press Office has assured us that the Pope’s condition is not serious. Thank you,” an e-mail from Rev. Thomas Rosica, who assists the Vatican press office with English language media, said.
Father Federico Lombardi S.J., Vatican spokesman, according to portal patheos.com, said the 77-year-old pope canceled the meetings “because of a minor indisposition.”
“Yesterday the Pope was very tired because of the prayer for peace in the Middle East.”
Lombardi stressed there is nothing to worry about on the pope’s two-day absence from work. “His life has been very intense in the past few weeks. It is totally normal for the pope to rest.”
Pope Francis balances a basketball offered by members of a basketball team as he leads a special audience for members of CSI (Italian sport centres) in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican June 7, 2014. REUTERS/Max Rossi (VATICAN - Tags: RELIGION SPORT BASKETBALL TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
Pope Francis balances a basketball offered by members of a basketball team as he leads a special audience for members of CSI (Italian sport centres) in Saint Peter’s Square at the Vatican June 7, 2014. REUTERS/Max Rossi (VATICAN – Tags: RELIGION SPORT BASKETBALL TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
For a man who only has one kidney, Pope Francis has shown remarkable resiliency, physical and otherwise, since his election in 2013.
His advisers however have tried to pull him down to a reality check every so often. The pope, they said, is very workaholic.
“We have been asking him to have holidays this year,” Religion News Service quoted Cardinal Oscar Rodriguez Maradiaga of Honduras. “Because last year he didn’t and sometimes he’s very tired.”
Maradiaga said Pope Francis has considered their advice and will take a long leave of absence from work in August.
Even as he has hoards of believers praying for his health and success, Pope Francis expectedly also has his share of skeptics who not only critique his leadership, convictions and principles, but also pray for this death so that the conspiracy theory regarding the world’s doomsday could finally happen.
Pope Francis kisses a baby as he leads a special audience for members of CSI (Italian sport centres) in Saint Peter's Square at the Vatican June 7, 2014. REUTERS/Max Rossi (VATICAN - Tags: RELIGION)
Pope Francis kisses a baby as he leads a special audience for members of CSI (Italian sport centres) in Saint Peter’s Square at the Vatican June 7, 2014. REUTERS/Max Rossi (VATICAN – Tags: RELIGION)
“What worries me is that if Pope Francis suddenly collapses and dies the stupid conspiracy rumor mill will immediately kick in and we will have a whole new round of accusations about how the pope was bumped off by those sinister conservatives,” Religion News Service quoted Rev. Dwight Longenecker, a South Carolina priest and frequent critic of Francis, on his blog at Patheos.com.
Maradiaga confirmed the praying ill-wishers.
“I have even heard people say ‘We are praying for him (Francis) to die as soon as possible,'” Maradiaga said.
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  1. Using his strongest language to date, Pope Francis told Italian Mafia members Saturday that they are excommunicated from the Catholic Church.
    “Those who in their life have gone along the evil ways, as in the case of the Mafia, they are not with God, they are excommunicated,” Francis said.
    It is the first time a Pope has spoken of excommunication for the Mafia.
    Excommunication, which excludes Catholics from the church, can be imposed by church authorities or incurred automatically for certain grave offenses.
    The Pope’s remarks will resonate strongly in this part of southern Italy, where the Mafia attempt to portray themselves as upstanding religious men in good rapport with the Catholic Church, in order to maintain local credibility.
    During a one-day visit to Calabria, in southern Italy, the Pope denounced the local mafia, called ‘Ndrangheta, as an example of “the adoration of evil and contempt for the common good.”
    According to reports, ‘Ndrangheta is one of the wealthiest international crime organizations, with an annual turnover of 53 billion euros, much of it from the global cocaine trade.
    Calabria also suffers from 56% youth unemployment, which the Mafia exploits with promises of jobs for disillusioned young people.
    “They must be told, No!” the Pope said to a crowd of over 100,000 gathered in Piana di Sibari, Calabria, for an outdoor Mass.
    Prosecutor: Pope faces threat from the mafia
    Earlier during his visit, Pope Francis met with relatives of a 3-year-old boy, Nicola Campolongo, who was the victim of an alleged Mafia hit in January. Nicknamed Coco, the boy was with his grandfather when they were both shot and their bodies subsequently burned in a car.
    It is not the first time the Pope has spoken out against the Mafia. In March in Rome at a meeting with families of victims, the Pope called directly on Mafia bosses to repent, saying “hell … awaits you if you continue on this road.”
    Some anti-mafia prosecutors have worried that mobsters may target Pope Francis, who is reforming the Vatican, including its scandal-scarred bank, the Institute for Religious Works.
    “The strong will of Pope Francis, aiming to disrupt the gangrene power centers, puts him at risk. He disturbs the Mafia very much,” Nicola Gratteri, an anti-mob prosecutor in Calabria, told CNN in November.

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