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Humanity has ‘sinned against the earth,’ said Pope Francis.

By Dorothy Cummings McLean, Apr 23, 2020

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Dorothy Cummings McLeanVATICAN CITY, April 23, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) ― Pope Francis has insisted once again that natural disasters, like the Wuhan coronavirus, are the unforgiving earth’s revenge for sins against the environment.

The pontiff made his remarks as part of yesterday’s weekly general audience, one dedicated to celebrating the 50th anniversary of Earth Day. Because of the current lockdown in Vatican City, the papal speech was broadcast from inside his library.

Pope Francis declared that humanity has “sinned against the earth, against our neighbors and ultimately against the Creator.”

“There is a Spanish saying that is very clear about this,” he said.  ….

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