When Kara Klein first read Pope Francis’ speeches she, like many, felt anger. “Why would he stand before our government and not reprimand them for legalizing gay marriage and slaughtering millions of babies through abortion… key issues which the Catholic Church fights vigorously against?” But then she thought: “Who am I to judge?”
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0 Broken dolls, injured kittens . . . Beth March, Cassidy the miracle kitten, and the message of Pope Francis
Susan Bailey presents imagery from Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women and little kitten in a wheel chair to illustrate the power of the Pope’s message that “every creature, particularly a living creature, has an intrinsic value.”