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Little green men might shock the secular public. But the Catholic Church would welcome them as brothers. That's what Vatican chief astronomer and papal science adviser Gabriel Funes explained in a recent article in L'Osservatore Romano, the newsletter of the Vatican Observatory (translated here). His conclusion might surprise nonbelievers. After all, isn't this the same church that imprisoned Galileo for saying that the Earth revolves around the sun?
Originally posted by truth_seeker3
Well, it might be hard to say, either the Pope is working something behind his back, or the Catholic Church is doing something right, and smart.
1. They have inside knowledge and are preparing us for the crumbing of the barrier between us two.
2. They accept that ETs exist and are willing to accept them and take them under their wing to help humanity?
"The main question is, 'Would religion survive this contact?'" said NASA chief historian Steven J. Dick, author of The Biological Universe. "Religion hasn't gone away after Copernican theory, after Darwin. They've found ways to adapt, and they'll find a way if this happens, too," Dick says.
Originally posted by dgtempe
I smell a large fish.
The Catholics have never been open minded about anything, and there's just too much information coming out of the Vatican lately about aliens.
Could it be they are willing participants in the supposed mass landing (phoney) that is supposed to scare the bejesus out of us and into the NWO?
There's a reason behind all this talk.