No. Its not. St. Peter knew what he was doing. We are not higher authorities than him.
The first thing you must do is to stop using the computer to post on an internet board. You are supporting the King Money system by using an ISP, Electronic equipment and electricity (And all the other peripherals that go along with it).
*“This is what I want, a poor church for the poor.” – * Pope Francis
The second thing you must do is abandon all plumbing and electricity as known in the modern world. That way you can acclimate yourself to the 1st century. The third thing you must do is abandon your car, bus or any other method of transportation you currently use, other than walking. Real men and women walk like in the 1st century. The fifth thing you need to do is abandon your Bible. There was no such thing in the 1st century. You need to abandon it and run to a synagogue or a Church and **hear ** the Word of God. That’s how it was done.
Well, Rome had plumbing
“Today we are living in unjust international system in which ‘King Money’ is at the center,” - Pope Francis
The Pope’s words are not empty are they? He’s condemning the world’s system of money.
“must serve, not rule.” - Pope Francis
Pope Francis warns of *“trickle-down theories,” which put a “crude and naive trust in the goodness of those wielding economic power.” *
‘Not to share one’s goods with the poor is to rob them.’* - Pope Francis
*“We have created new idols.” "**The worship of the golden calf of old has found a new and heartless image in the cult of money and the dictatorship of an economy *which is faceless and lacking any truly humane goal." - Pope Francis
What do you think the Pope is talking about? The status quo? Is the Pope calling for a little change in some political solution that tweaks a rule or a regulation somewhere.
This Pope is asking for, in his own words, “RADICAL” change.
These aren’t one or two quotes from the Pope but a recurring theme.
He’s asking for a church in the mold of St. Peter’s church of Rome. A church that transforms with radical faith and radical love of God.