Pope Says Nepal Earthquake is an ‘Act of God’ and Calls for Change

Pope Francis has come out in a statement saying that the horrific 7.8 Nepal earthquake was an “act of God which we should all pay attention to.” As an admittedly ‘different’ kind of Pope, he has asked for people, not just Catholics, world-wide to take action.

“I know that normally previous Popes and religious leaders would ask you to pray for those in Nepal,” stated Pope Francis. “In lieu of this, I’m asking for people to take real action by donating money, physically helping, and simply doing things that make sense and will actually work.”

His further written statement continued on by saying that this earthquake was “an act of God” which Catholics need to “take heed as a warning.”

“If Catholics keep thinking that prayer will fix things, then the world will never be a better place,” stated Pope Francis. “We all need to stop kneeling and praying and start actually doing because ‘God’s plan’ isn’t always in the best interest when one becomes aware of the human condition.”

Pope Says Nepal Earthquake is an 'Act of God' and Calls for Change
(Pope Francis calling on all humans to start making a real difference)

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11 Comments Add yours

  1. Bill Abrnathy, Esq. says:

    Wow!!! After almost 2000 years we finally have a Pope that is resounding an opinion which sounds much like our Buddhas have for over 20,000 years aid. Perhaps this Pope is an actually enlightened soul that finally made it into our Present and Living Realm.

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  2. Lorrie Williamson says:

    How many dollars will the Vatican contribute?

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  3. Reeme says:

    I feel like him saying to stop praying is wrong choice of words but I feel he means stop praying without any action to it because faith without works is dead so we must pray but also do and live the Bible. But the earthquake was an act of God

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    1. Daniel says:

      I hope this is a misprint but if not “Is the pope better than God?”

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  4. Truster says:

    Ye shall work you no idols nor sculptile, neither raise a monolith, neither shall ye give any imagery of stone in your land, to prostrate unto it: For I – Yah Veh your Elohim. Lev 26:1

    Wherefore, behold, the days come, saith Yah Veh, that I will do judgment upon her graven images: and through all her land the wounded shall groan. Jer 51:52

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  5. Veronica says:

    Hasn’t anyone heard of plate tectonics? The area between India and China, known as the Himalayas has always been a very geologically active area. This is the way the Earth works.

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    1. Atul says:

      Yeah, but that too is His work!

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  6. Pamela Perkins says:

    I just lost any respect for this pope that I had. Instead of calling on the world to help financially, let the Catholic Church pay for the whole thing.

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  7. Daniel says:

    I hope this is a misprint but if not “Is the pope better than God?”

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  8. Mary says:

    I dont believe this article- lies!

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