viernes, 29 de noviembre de 2013
Pope Francis criticizes capitalism, world leaders, and media
Recently Pope Francis published an 84 page "apostolic exhortation" where he criticizes many aspects of today's capitalist world. First he calls the media to be more just; what upsets the Pope is that when a homeless man dies from starvation or cold is not a big deal, but when the market falls down for two points it is a headline. The pontiff also exhorts the economically stable people to avoid wasting food when there are people starving.And ultimately he adressed people in common to stop being so selfish and think of a neighbor who is in a struggle. The Pope invites all people to share in these upcoming holidays and to remember the ones who do not have much.