During his recent trip to South Korea Pope Francis urged all Catholic people to preserve the faith and to never be tempted to water it down.
The pope said, "We today can find our faith challenged by the world, and in countless ways we are asked to compromise our faith, to water down the radical demands of the Gospel and to conform to the spirit of this age. Yet the martyrs call out to us to put Christ first and to see all else in this world in relation to him and his eternal Kingdom. They challenge us to think about what, if anything, we ourselves would be willing to die for."
These powerful words should prove that, while Pope Francis may have adopted a more liberal approach to the day-to-day living of the papacy, he most certainly is never going to stray from the message of the Gospel and the teaching of the Church.
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