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At first glance, one is hella impressed by the pure drip of the good Lord’s representative here on earth, but at second glance, one is more gobsmacked by the power that artificial intelligence be.
The billionaire returned to Twitter with a snap of himself alongside Pope Francis and four of his seven children
Vatican: same-sex unions ‘sinful’. Eskom says five years of load shedding. Prince William’s message. Elon has a new job title. All the Oscar nominations. Pippa Middleton gives birth.
The Vatican is doing damage control after the Pope’s official Instagram account ‘liked’ a rather risqué post of a scantily dressed model.
Pope supports same sex civil unions. Facebook dating app. Australia’s aged care sex assault problem. Worst job skills to have in SA. Llamas buried alive.
Pope Francis had a bit of an awkward encounter with a woman who grabbed his hand and wouldn’t let go. Then he had to apologise.
Welcome to #RingGate, where a grown man refuses to let a line of strangers kiss his ring and the internet goes wild.
Pope Francis has a little issue with the Lord’s Prayer, suggesting that the French translation of one line is better than the English one we have been using for years.
Although Lamborghini gave him a pope-themed car, Francis won’t be getting behind the wheel any time soon. He did, however, give it a genuine Apostolic Blessing.
Upon his recent visit to Colombia, Pope Francis was involved a bit of an accident and ended up with quite the shiner.
Pope Francis isn’t exactly your run-of-the-mill pope, and has shown himself to have a decent sense of humour. Cue his hotel suite sign.
The Pope is no stranger to the meet and greet, but you can bet there are political photo ops he has enjoyed more than what went down this week.
You get wine drinkers and then you get wine consumers – and it turns out one country is doing its utmost to take home that latter crown.
Pope Francis’ refusal to accept a donation from his home country’s president may be odd, but there’s more to their relationship than meets the eye.
In what may be the year’s most unlikely battle the Donald and Pope Francis are going toe to toe. Just whose supporters are the most gullible?
Leonardo has two things in common with Pope Francis: They are both Catholics and love the environment.
Pope Francis took something of a tumble on Saturday, although I think what we really need to talk about is his new album.
Pope Francis is quite the character, speaking out on a variety of issues that most religious leaders steer well clear of. Time to take on the Donald then.
So the Pope has been having a fun time in Naples, Italy, for the past few days. Fancy being so famous that people hand deliver food to your moving car? Watch how it would be done…
What act did Pope Francis perform that can only be explained as the work of a higher power? Water to wine, healing the blind, it must be something exceptional right?
If you were to list the jobs you might think Pope Francis had growing up I’m pretty sure bouncer would be right down the bottom. Alas, we know he likes to spring a surprise on us now and again.
This Pope Francis doesn’t mind saying something a little controversial. Some of his comments have angered many in the Catholic Church, get up to date here.
Pope Francis has proven rather popular in the Philippines this last week, with Sunday’s mass pulling in a ridiculous number of religious revellers.
It seems Pope Francis thinks that the Charlie Hebdo crew may have been pushing the boundaries a little too far with their mocking of people’s faiths. Can’t say that’s surprising, right?
A high-profile figure has come out in support of breast-feeding in public, and whilst he may seem a somewhat unlikely advocate it isn’t the first time he has made his views known.
Pope Francis has taken a stand for evolution, saying that God is not a “magician with a magic wand”. Check out his full statement here…
Pope Francis made his very own confession recently, admitting to stealing a dead priest’s rosary cross from the casket. He pried the rosary from the corpse’s dead hands.
Tens of thousands of people watched as two children standing either side of Pope Francis released two white doves in a symbolic appeal for peace in Ukraine. At that point, a seagull and a large black crow swept down, and attacked the doves.
According to the managing editor, deciding on Time’s person of the year is “not about how good or bad someone has been but how much of a difference they’ve made.” So who has followed in the footsteps of Joseph Stalin, Mark Zuckerberg, and last year’s winner – Barack Obama?