While we worry (or not) about our after life, some care about their “business”. Everything is business these days, why not religion? What happened to the moral standards, to the “share good things and do no harm”, to “sacred vs secular”?
There is a difference between being religious and being church-blinded. Some consider themselves as very religious people, because they visit church daily, but they harm their own families or even abuse them (physically or psychologically). You don’t need Vatikan to believe in God and/or to be a good person!, but Vatikan needs you to do its business. My dear sheep when will you realize most of your shepherds (and their bosses) are mostly wolves in human skin?
It’s all about the cha-ching, cha-ching
It’s all about the ba-bling, ba-bling…
Comments () The Vatican is in public-relations panic-mode … again. But it’s not the pedophile priest scandal or Vatileaks that has the pope’s image-makers hopping. This time the Holy See faces serious allegations that its curious accounting practices are really a cover for a money-laundering scheme.
- JPMorgan Doesn’t Want Pope’s Business (thedailybeast.com)
- Vatican Bank Account Closed At JP Morgan, Image May Be Hurt – thanks to J. (jhaines6.wordpress.com)
- Vatican City could be hub for money laundering, says U.S. (mumbailaity.wordpress.com)