Well, it seems as if the Catholic Church is the next entity to go woke.
The Vatican has just announced that, starting on October 1st, no one can enter the city without presenting a coronavirus Green Pass by order of Pope Francis.
If you’re wondering how to get a Green Pass, the pathway is easy: simply show proof of vaccination, demonstrate that you have antibodies, or show a negative rapid antigen or PCR test.
The decree also declares that the Green Pass mandate extends to the Vatican’s extraterritorial properties stipulated by the 1929 Lateran Treaty, which include Vatican-owned churches throughout Italy.
The mandate come down from the Pope himself, as instructed to the Governorate of Vatican City State to issue the mandate in order “to prevent, control, and combat the public health emergency.”
The decree says, “These provisions apply to citizens and residents of the State, personnel in service of any sort of the Governorate of the State of Vatican City and of the various bodies of the Roman Curia and the institutions connected to it, to all visitors and users of services.”
The Vatican’s doctrinal office has assured that the choice to get the vaccine must be “voluntary.” However, Pope Francis has said he thinks “ethically everyone should take the vaccine” and that refusing the vaccine is a mental disorder he calls “suicidal denialism.”
Italy announced last week that a vaccination Green Pass will be required for anyone wishing to be able to work. If they choose NOT to get vaccinated, they will be deemed AWOL from their job and will not get paid and may have to pay a fine.
However, this shouldn’t surprise anybody.
Pope Francis, who was once seen as a breath of fresh air, is nothing more than another woke globalist idealist looking to push his agenda on us.
Watch him in the vaccine commercial:
It’s a shame, really…
But this is the world in which we live. Even the Pope is trying to get us to conform to the ways of the world instead of God’s.
Is he going to support abortion?
When you’re discussing the Woke Pope, anything is possible…
“I plead with you–never, ever give up on hope, never doubt, never tire, and never become discouraged. Be not afraid.” – Pope John Paul II