Pope Francis challenges the free market

This guy has a good point. The pay of the very top has become outrageous. Conscious is not high on the agenda. Ignore the fact that he’s catholic if you’re that way prejudiced. If you want an easy introduction to the excesses see The Inside Job which documents how these so called executives engineered the crisis for their own gain at the expense of others. They are now enjoying their spoils of this criminal behaviour.

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Pope Francis Good Friday Pope Francis leads a Good Friday service on April 18, 2014.

Pope Francis was not as overt in calling out the greedy in his 2014 Easter message as he was last year.

He focused mainly on calls for peace and an end to pressing conflicts in Syria, Ukraine and elsewhere. But even this year, he wove in some commentary on the world economy.

“Help us to overcome the scourge of hunger, aggravated by conflicts and by the immense wastefulness for which we are often responsible,” he said. He went on to mention diseases like Ebola that are “spread by neglect and dire poverty.”

Pope Francis stunned the world last Easter when he broke with the usual Holy Week traditions.

He washed the feet of women and two Muslims and delivered an Easter day message calling for not just the usual world peace, but “peace in the whole world, still divided…

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