Pope Francis Encourages Public Breastfeeding At Vatican
The Pope's liberal approach to the service to a strange turn
Pope Francis has raised eyebrows after he told new mothers that they are 'welcome' to breastfeed their in the Sistine Chapel if they "felt hungry'.
The Pontiff baptized 34 young babies during a ceremony which lasted over two hours at The Vatican on Sunday where he announced mothers there "free to breastfeed."
The Pope's liberal approach to the service to a strange turn when he unexpectedly began to encourage mothers to breastfeed their children in the chapel.
The religious leader described the act of breastfeeding "the language of love" before bursting into an improvised homily:
"If they start performing a concert [by crying], or if they are uncomfortable or too warm or don't feel at ease or are hungry, breastfeed them.
"Don't be afraid, feed them, because this too is the language of love."
The ceremony, which lasted two hours, saw Francis baptize 18 girls and 16 boys, including two pairs of twins.
Homoerotica at The Vatican
These years Christmas Nativity scene at The Vatican also raised a few eyebrows after Pope Francis's 'liberal' version depicting representations of the seven corporal works of mercy – Catholic acts of penance and charity goes homoerotic.
Pizza party at the Vatican
Pope Francis was thrown a massive 'pizza party' attended by children at the Vatican for his 81st Birthday yesterday last year where he strangely
opted to blow his candles on out on 'gigantic' pizza as part of his Birthday celebrations.
Submit to Satan
The Pope stunned his Christian followers by claiming that "Satan is better than us" and that he "should not be challenged."
For many, Pope Francis' latest promotion of the devil is confirmation of what many have long suspected: That he is the false pope who hopes to steer his flock away from traditional values.