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Always one step ahead of the process server!

The tale of Brave “Pope” Francis.

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Via Nick Donnelly’s Face Book page.

This is just too funny…

BTW, wonder if they can serve him at the consistory?

UPDATE 15:00 17 November 2016

And we have confirmation:

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And just as a reminder, according to the New Advent Catholic Encyclopedia, a CONSISTORY is: (see here)

During the Roman imperial epoch the term consistorium (Latin con-sistere, to stand together) was used to designate the sacred council of the emperors. In time it came to designate the senate of the Roman pontiff, that is, “the assemblage of the Cardinals in council around the Pope” (Innocent III to the Bishop of Ely and the Archdeacon of Norwich, in 1212; see Gonzalez, “Commentaria in textus decretalium Gregorii IX”, III, vii, 108).

And the “the assemblage of the Cardinals in council around the Pope” being the operative term here.

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