Francis to fellow Jesuits: When I do not respond to questioners and nay-sayers, I follow example of an early Jesuit

Among likenesses to St. Peter Faber SJ, one of the earliest Jesuits, whom Pope Francis claims as his ideal, is to be a “man of dialogue.”

With whom?

Not with bishops and cardinals who ask first privately then publicly for clarification of his statements and writings about faith and morals, whom he has ignored for months and years.

Holy Father, please. Do you know what you are saying (to Romanian Jesuits on a recent trip) when you claim to be an imitator of this saint?

I’m beginning to think you don’t, as in many other instances.

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