Pope Puts up Painting of Naked Jesus in Personal Study

In an act of grossness and perversity, Pope Francis put up a painting in his personal study of a resurrected nude Jesus, ministering to Judas while his buttocks, hips, and thighs are partially exposed.

The story comes from the Vatican’s own newspaper, L’Osservatore Romano, which is vetted by the Roman Catholic leaders before it is published. The paper dedicated several pages to speculating whether or not Judas was in hell while the editorial notes that this painting was given by an artist, a piece of inspirational and meaningful art that hangs behind his desk.

This is thoroughly unsurprising because Francis has always had a soft spot for Judas, consistently arguing that he might be in heaven, despite the clear testimony of the scriptures that he is not, along with the Roman Catholic Church’s own official Cathecishim testifying to his damnation.

Last year, as reported in the Aletia publication, Francis said, “How did Judas end up? I don’t know. Christ never calls Judas a ‘traitor’ personally. Rather, Jesus calls him ‘friend’ and kisses him.”

He then added, “Jesus threatens forcefully here; he threatens forcefully: ‘Woe to that man by whom the Son of Man is betrayed. It would be better for that man if he had never been born.’ But does that mean that Judas is in Hell? I don’t know. I look at that capital. And I listen to the word of Jesus: ‘Friend.’”

The current administration is so against the idea that Judas is in hell, that Archbishop Vincenzo Paglia, the President of the Pontifical Academy for Life who works at the Vatican and is very close with Francis, said last year, “We must also remember that, for the Catholic Church, if someone says that Judas is in hell, he is a heretic.”

Editors Note. Because we at Protestia have a policy against publishing images of Jesus, believing they are a second commandment violation, we are not posting the whole thing, but rather a redacted image to get an idea of the style of the painting and to see what inspires the pope in his perversity.

Spirit of the Antichrist indeed.



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4 thoughts on “Pope Puts up Painting of Naked Jesus in Personal Study

  1. I’ve been told that the Pope also put up the painting I sent him of Mary Magdeline on a stripper pole – what a regular guy.

  2. Well it can’t be a picture of JESUS cos he doesn’t know what He looks like, and it certainly wouldn’t surprise me one bit if the pope is a sodomite like many of his satanic priesthood………………………….

    1. I have nothing good to say about the Papacy or Roman Catholicism. They’ve essentially been a heresy factory for the 1000 years since they were founded. That having been said, the idea that a picture of Jesus is a 2nd commandment violation sounds very Islamic indeed. Particularly since the folded napkin mentioned in John 20:7 exists to this day and can be seen by anyone who wishes to make the trip…and it has something truly remarkable on it.

      Read John chapter 20 very, very carefully like a detective at a crime scene: “4 So they both ran together, and the other disciple outran Peter and came to the tomb first. 5 And he, stooping down and looking in, saw the linen cloths lying there; yet he did not go in. 6 Then Simon Peter came, following him, and went into the tomb; and he saw the linen cloths lying there, 7 and the [a]handkerchief that had been around His head, not lying with the linen cloths, but folded together in a place by itself. 8 Then the other disciple, who came to the tomb first, went in also; and he saw and believed.”

      The other disciple outran Peter, came to the tomb first, looked inside and saw the graveclothes. He knew the tomb was empty and the body was gone. Then Peter arrives, goes into the tomb and sees not only that it was empty and the graveclothes (which could be seen without entering given the experience of the other disciple) but he also sees the folded handkerchief. Then the other disciple went into the tomb after Peter and saw something else that he didn’t see upon arriving (the handkerchief) and upon seeing that believed.

      What was on that handkerchief?

  3. If and when you present this to a Roman Catholic, especially devout one, and they tell you they don’t care and still like the pope, as my employer recently did (because Francis is apparently in favor of allowing priests to marry) what do you say?

    This is the kind of thing that lets you know it really is a cult because it certainly meets the top two evidences of one: the first is a man at the top who claims to be God or God’s representative on Earth and thereby infallible; and second, rampant sexual abuse. And that is certainly true throughout it’s extremely venal and licentious history.

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