How many times did pope Francis mention Jesus Christ in his speech to Congress?

RE: Jorge “pope Francis” Bergoglio’s address to the joint session of the United States Congress – 9/24/15.download (1)

Length of address: 45 minutes

Number of times Bergoglio, the supposed “Vicar of Christ,” mentioned Jesus Christ in his address: ZERO

Catholics claim their pope is the successor to the Apostle Peter. I would ask anyone who has actually read the New Testament (that leaves out most Catholics) to imagine humble Peter giving a speech before Congress. What would his message have been? Can you possibly imagine the Peter of the New Testament giving a speech before Congress without mentioning Jesus Christ one single time?

Peter spoke to a large crowd in Jerusalem talking about NOTHING BUT JESUS and 3000 accepted Jesus Christ as their Savior that very day! No year-long, works-righteousness RCIA classes needed! See Acts 2.

Francis preaches a false gospel of sacramental grace and trying to be “good” enough to merit Heaven. I can assure you absolutely that NOT ONE congressperson, senator, or congressional guest accepted Jesus Christ as their Savior after hearing Bergoglio’s empty, Christ-less speech.

http://www.politico.com/story/2015/09/pope-francis-speech-to-congress-transcript-text-video-214016

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Papal address to Congress a “dangerous precedent,” Mohler tells CNN

September 25, 2015

http://news.sbts.edu/2015/09/25/papal-address-to-congress-a-dangerous-precedent-mohler-tells-cnn/

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2 thoughts on “How many times did pope Francis mention Jesus Christ in his speech to Congress?

  1. Thank you for writing this; I’d been looking for this in transcripts. Not one mention of the Bridegroom, our love and the reason for spiritual seeking. Very telling.

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