After photos from President Trump’s visit to the Vatican began circulating, there almost wasn’t any need for comedians to make light of the situation. Pope Francis looked severely unhappy with the entire situation, and they say that a picture’s worth a thousand words . . . but who cares about
Image Source: EVAN VUCCI/AFP/Getty Images President Donald Trump, who once compared himself to Pope Francis, finally met the leader of the Catholic Church on May 24. Their meeting was short, lasting only 30 minutes, and it looks like Pope Francis had quite possibly the worst time of his life —
5/09/175/09/17 When the United States military dropped the largest nonnuclear bomb in its arsenal, dubbed the “Mother of All Bombs,” on April 13, the reaction was mixed among the press and politicians. Some outlets praised the detonation as a stunning show of strength, while others admonished the glorification of war.
Pope Francis, arguably the coolest pope in the Catholic Church’s history, is disseminating his cold, hard knowledge again. Appearing on an unannounced TED Talk from the Vatican on April 25, Pope Francis shared a message of caution — coupled with optimism — with viewers of the conference. TED Talks typically