VATICAN – Pope Franciscus is by many considered to be a humble, quiet, unassuming man, who doesn’t cherish worldly goods and truly wishes to help the less fortunate.
Turns out our Holy Father wasn’t always that way. On Sunday, Pope Franciscus admitted that while being a youth in Buenos Aires Argentina, he held down several jobs including being “a bouncer at a nightclub”.
The Vatican paper “Osservatore Romano” prints that the Pope told his story during an informal interview with several parishioners of the Roman Labor Parisian, where he had conducted a mass.
The Pope said that being a bouncer and a professor in literature once prepared him for his current ‘job’.
“Dealing with people who created problems at the night club taught me the secret to deal with believers who are now disappointed in the Church,” the Pope said.
Our Father said that “giving them hope” is the most important ingredient in getting those individuals to believe again in the church.
“Just like Petrus, you always must have an answer ready for those people who ask you for a reason to keep hoping,” Pope Franciscus said.
In addition to being a bouncer and a professor in literature, Pope Franciscus also has a degree in Chemistry.
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