Is it being edited?
Is it being re-worded?
Or is it really just a wrong move to even have that interview in the first place.
I think someone really prevailed over this non stop interviews.
Let's me hear from those who defended the pope about this interview speak up.
I dare ya!
And here is something for you!
From the National Catholic Register
Fr. Lombardi also had underlined that “the interview is not part of Pope Francis' Magisterium” although he attested to its overall “trustworthiness”. Scalfari said he had shown the text to Francis for his approval, but the Vatican said at the time that it was not clear how closely the Pope had read it.
The Pope was therefore said to have “regretted” its publication in L’Osservatore Romano in its Oct. 2 edition and that it was included among the Holy Father’s speeches on the Vatican's website. Socci said the Pope complained of it to the director of L’Osservatore Romano, Gian Maria Vian, in Assisi on Oct. 4.
In view of the widespread concerns over parts of the interview, many will be relieved it’s no longer on the Vatican site.
The Holy Father, who was reluctant to give interviews prior to his election, has not given any new ones since the mix up.
Those who are dumb enough to just try sugar coat the confusion and angst created by that article can start picking up a pen and start writing these words:
"I'll think first."