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Stop watching porn, delete it from your phone – Pope warns Roman Fathers and Sisters

Watching pornographic media “weakens the priestly heart,” according to the head of the Roman Catholic Church, and separates Christians from Christ.

The 86-year-old, who was speaking at a session in the Vatican, issued a word of caution in response to a query regarding the most effective use of social media and digital technology.

The Pope reportedly warned priests and seminarians to avoid porn since that is where “the devil enters,” according to the news source.

The Pope bemoaned “a sin that so many people have… including priests and nuns.” “This pornographic information cannot be received by the pure heart, the one that Jesus receives every day.”

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Delete this off your phone so that you won’t have it around to tempt you.

Pope Francis went further to advise priests and seminarians to use social media for good purposes, but not waste too much of their time on it. Not all men of God have the ability to overcome temptation, so the Pope’s warning is not out of place. In 2018, a reverend father was put under house arrest while criminal proceedings were initiated against him after he allegedly raped an 11-year-old girl in a car, claiming he “thought she was at least 15 years old”.

Father Paolo Glaentzer, a septuagenarian suspect, was reportedly detained in connection with the incident in July of that year, according to reports at the time.

Although the Italian man of God did not deny having sex with the victim, he claimed that there had been “an exchange of affection” between them since the girl appeared “far more mature than she was.”

“I discovered she was eleven years old… I assumed she was at least 15 years old, he sobbed.

He was in violation of Italian law, which established the age of consent to sex as 16, and he attributed his behavior to the devil.

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