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An Italian journalist has claimed that Pope Francis told him that he did not believe that Jesus Christ was raised as a body

Pope Francis denied & # 39; physical resurrection of Christ & # 39 ;, says Italian friend, because Catholics demand that the Vatican & # 39; heretical & # 39; rejects the claim

  • Journalist Eugenio Scalfari, 95, has made the bombshell claims in a new book
  • He has previously reported how the pope does not believe in the existence of hell
  • The Vatican has contested its version, but some have criticized their response
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An Italian journalist has claimed that Pope Francis told him that he did not believe that Jesus Christ was raised as a body, but in the & # 39; appearance of a spirit & # 39 ;.

Eugenio Scalfari, 95, a frequent papal interviewer, said his long-term friend Pope Francis does not believe an important Catholic doctrine that Jesus returned to the flesh after his crucifixion.

Although the allegations were disputed by the Vatican and the believers, they were not automatically rejected by the Holy See, which some criticized because of what is considered an ineffective response to a heretical issue.

An Italian journalist has claimed that Pope Francis told him that he did not believe that Jesus Christ was raised as a body

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An Italian journalist has claimed that Pope Francis told him that he did not believe that Jesus Christ was raised as a body

Eugenio Scalfari, a frequent papal interviewer, made the claims in a new book and in La Repubblica that he founded

Eugenio Scalfari, a frequent papal interviewer, made the claims in a new book and in La Repubblica that he founded

Eugenio Scalfari, a frequent papal interviewer, made the claims in a new book and in La Repubblica that he founded

Deacon Nick Donnelly told Militant church: & # 39; The Scalfari statements about the heretical beliefs of Francis are so shocking, and the adamant silence of the Pope so incomprehensible, we must assume that this is a correct account of their conversations. & # 39;

According to Scalfari, Pope Francis said: “He [Jesus] was a man until he was put in the grave by the women who restored his corpse.

& # 39; That night in the grave the man disappeared and came out of that cave in the form of a ghost meeting the women and the apostles, still keeping the shadow of the person, and then finally disappearing. & # 39 ;

The allegations of the bomb were on the front page of Italy & La Repubblica, which Scalfari founded, as well as the introduction of his new book.

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Matteo Bruni, director of the press service of the Holy See, said: & # 39; As has been said on other occasions, the words Dr. Eugenio Scalfari attributes quotation marks to the Holy Father during the interviews, not to be considered as a faithful representation of what was actually said, but rather represents a personal and free interpretation of those who listened, as is clear from what is written today about divinity of Jesus Christ. & # 39;

The Orthodox Catholic doctrine says that Jesus returned as a human body, as demonstrated by disciple Thomas who touched his flesh.

The pope has previously discussed the subject and in a mass in 2016 said that Jesus was raised in body and mind, bringing Scalfari & # 39; s claims into disrepute.

Scalfari has previously been in contact with the Catholic Church after claiming that the Pope does not believe in hell or in the divine nature of Jesus.

Deacon Nick Donnelly said the silence of the Vatican & # 39; incomprehensible & # 39; and that the church was the & # 39; heresy & # 39; should have disapproved

Deacon Nick Donnelly said the silence of the Vatican & # 39; incomprehensible & # 39; and that the church was the & # 39; heresy & # 39; should have disapproved

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Deacon Nick Donnelly said the silence of the Vatican & # 39; incomprehensible & # 39; and that the church was the & # 39; heresy & # 39; should have disapproved

Bishop Strickland, from the US, has misled Scalfari & # 39; s claims as & # 39; s & # 39; sued and says they mock the pope and the church

Bishop Strickland, from the US, has misled Scalfari & # 39; s claims as & # 39; s & # 39; sued and says they mock the pope and the church

Bishop Strickland, from the US, has misled Scalfari & # 39; s claims as & # 39; s & # 39; sued and says they mock the pope and the church

Both were also denied by the Vatican, and Scalfari later admitted that some of the words attributed to the Pope were incorrect.

The atheistic journalist acknowledged that he did not record his interviews, but later wrote them down from his memory.

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Christopher Lamb, the Rome correspondent for the Catholic magazine The Tablet, told MailOnline: & Scalfari does not take notes in interviews and reconstruct them from memory. It's hard to trust what he says. The most recent meeting between the Pope and Scalfari was two years ago. & # 39;

Mr. Lamb believes that both the left and the right approve the claims and the Vatican has been criticized for opposition to the current pope.

He said: & # 39; They are so opposed to this pontificate that they are willing to try to create a false story around it. They get upset if the Vatican does not play in it.

& # 39; The pope entered the meeting with a naive openness and this has been manipulated by the unbelievers left and right who do not like Pope Francis.

& # 39; I find it impossible to believe because the Pope gave his life to the idea of ​​the resurrection, and it is also contradicted by the evidence when he spoke of the resurrection. & # 39;

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