Pope Amuses and Insults Remark on Parenting

New York Times: Since he became pope nearly two years ago, the world has become accustomed to Pope Francis' folksy manner. Indeed, with his homespun anecdotes and off-the-cuff quips, the pope at times comes off more like a plain-spoken uncle than the leader of the world's 1.2 billion Roman Catholics. But with his latest choice of words - he said this week that Catholics should not feel compelled to breed "like rabbits" - the pope appears to have set a new standard for the papal vernacular, amusing to some and......

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