Pope Francis and Martians

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In this episode, blogger Sacerdotus speaks on Pope Francis' recent comments during a homily where he indicated that if martians were to arrive and ask to be baptized, he would not reject them.  These words has gotten many in the media and blogosphere talking, especially ancient astronaut theorists.

Is the Pope indicating that intelligent life exists elsewhere in the universe?

Sacerdotus gives his thoughts on this and explains what Pope Francis really meant. The Pope was referring to opening the door to welcome others to the Catholic faith. He stressed baptism as the Sacrament of initiation that unites us with Christ who is the door to heaven.  No one should be denied entry into the Catholic Church Pope Francis has stressed since taking the helm.  

 

 

Credits: Photos from Google Images and intro clip is from the movie: "The Day the Earth Stood Still -1951." 

 

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