“Maybe I am also a sheep of God…” –Leandro Martins, 30, of Porto Alegre, Brazil, who met this morning with Pope Francis in the Domus Santa Marta in the Vatican.
Martins is not a religious person, he said, and he is not a Catholic. But he attended the Pope’s Mass (he did not receive communion).
“It was the first time in my life that I attended a Mass from beginning to end,” Martins said. “I kept expecting him to come in from the back, dressed in white, and when he came in from the side on the left [the sacristy], dressed in a green vestment, I was surprised and for a moment I was not sure it was him.
“What I found interesting was that after Mass was over the Pope came out and sat by himself. That surprised me. Then I thought I was not going to have a chance to meet him, but Monsignor Alfred brought me outside the chapel and we met and talked. What surprised me was the simplicity of the chapel. It’s so simple. He’s a simple man and everything is simple there. In these days of ostentation, where having stuff and being someone is more important than things that really matter, he speaks to people like me, he offers a different vision.”
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fart with a thermal camera
thank u friend
this is a little bit terrifying
what a wonderful time to be alive
I hate it.
I feel like this would happen if I brought a thermal camera to a middle school classroom.
i believe this was from and SNL skit with Hugh Laurie