What Is the Key to Happiness? Pope Francis Has the Answer!
Great leaders, philosophers, academics, and religious scholars have come up with many different answers, and here is Pope Francis' take on the subject: For more original BabaMail videos click here 6 Foundations For a Happy Life By Pope Francis spirituality, religion, pope, quotes, happiness, baba recommends
The Pope Has Some Words of Wisdom to Share With You
In this Ted Talk, delivered straight from the Vatican, Pope Francis provides an illuminating commentary on the world as we currently find it, and calls for solidarity, equality, and tenderness. He declares that the only future worth building is one that includes absolutely everyone.
Joke: The Pantomiming Pope
One day the Pope decided that all the Jews had to leave Rome. Naturally there was a big uproar from the Jewish community. So the Pope made a deal. He would have a religious debate with a member of the Jewish community. If the Jew won, the Jews could stay. If the Pope won, the Jews would leave.
Joke: The Catholic, the Beggar and the Pope
A catholic man's lifelong dream was to meet the pope. For years and years, he scrimped, scrounged, and planned his lavish trip to Italy.
Joke: The Colonel and the Pope
Desperate after three bad months of sales at Kentucky Fried Chicken, the famous Colonel called up the Pope and asks him for a favor. "What can I do for you?" Said the Pope.
Joke: The Pope's Advice
The Pope came by. He stopped to watch the throngs of people giving money to the beggar who held the Cross while none gave to the beggar holding the Star of David. He felt sorry for him. Finally, the Pope approached the beggar with the Star of David and said: "My poor fellow, don't you understand?
10 of the Most Interesting Popes in History
When the Vatican announced on February 11 th , 2013 that Pope Benedict XVI would resign the papacy due to his advanced age, he became the first pope to do so in almost 600 years, with the last being Pope Gregory XII back in 1415.
The Stories of 10 of the Most Interesting Popes in History
Everything About the Vatican Explained in Just 7 Minutes
The Vatican is the seat of the Catholic Church and is home to the pope. These are some of the basic facts most of us are aware of about this city-state. Did you know, though, that it was Benito Mussolini who signed this city into existence?
The 13 Strangest Auction Items that Sold for a Fortune
Minute-Mile Shoes - $411,493 Piece of the Eiffel Tower Staircase - $90,000 WWII Italian Dictator Mussolini’s Alfa Romeo – $2.1 million Clark Sickle Carpet - $33.7 million [related_articles] A Violin that was Recovered from the Titanic - $1.7 million A Piece of a 65-Year-Old Royal Wedding Cake - $925 Pope
Think You're a History Buff? Take This Quiz and Find Out!
Muslim Mosque, Inc Universal Negro Improvement Association Sons of Liberty Improved Order of Red Men According to a popular conspiracy theory, whose plays were assumed to have been written by Francis Bacon?
16 Pictures That Will Make You See the World Differently...
Francis’ throne versus that of Pope Benedict XVI 138.24 megabytes of storage drives in 1995 versus a 128GB storage drive in 2018 A modern tomato in front of a tomato grown from 150-year-old seeds image source: boredpanda , thermh 16 Pictures That’ll Make You Think About Things Differently history, perspective
Hilarious: Who's That Driving??
The Pope goes to New York and gets picked up at the airport by a limousine. When he sees the car, he motions to the driver and says: "Do you mind if I ask you a favor?" "A favor for the Pope??" exclaims the driver, "of course - anything!"
This Joke Starts With 2 Roman Beggars
Hilarious! Give Us This Day, Our Daily Chicken!
How the World Celebrated the New Year of 2014!
United Arab Emirates Italy Pope Francis holds a monstrance as he completes the New Year's Eve vespers service in St. Peter's Basilica, the Vatican. France Writing the new year in the air with sparklers in front of the Eiffel Tower, Paris.
This Joke Starts With a Race of Christian Aliens...
When it's the Pope's turn, he asks: "Do you know about our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ?" "You mean JC?", responds the alien. "Yeah, we know him! He's the greatest, isn't he? He swings by every year to make sure that we are doing ok". Surprised, the pope follows up with: "He visits every year?!
This Comedian's Classic One Liners Always Have Me in Stitches
Stuart Francis is a Canadian comedian who has achieved worldwide success with his hilarious, quick-fire one liners. This video showcases one of his best routines. It's great to see a contemporary comedian who is clearly so well versed in this classic type of comedy!
Have You Heard This Joke? The Big Bastard
Satisfied with the explanation, the mother superior says, "Wonderful, I'll cook that bastard tonight, The Pope is coming for dinner!" The fish tastes just great and The Pope asks where they got it. "Well, I caught the bastard!" says the priest. "And I cleaned the bastard!" says the bishop.
2013 Was a Year of Surprising Moments!
Pope Francis poses with youth for a 'selfie' at Saint Peter's Basilica in Rome. An elk stranded on a roof in Verneuil-sur-Indre, France. During the past summer, the Elbe River in Germany flooded over. This scene was photographed in the town of Magdeburg.
These Photos Reveal the Clothes of 100 Years Past...
It was during this detention period that Augustus Francis Sherman, Ellis Island’s chief registry clerk, spent his time persuading the new arrivals to put on their finest clothes or national dress and be photographed by him.
15 Timeless Lessons from Galileo and Other Great Thinkers
." - Francis Bacon Image Source: Wellcome Collection / Francis Bacon 12. "Everything that is done in the world is done by hope." - Martin Luther Related: Chronological Order of Galileo's Discoveries & Inventions 13.
Collection: The Most Influential People In History
In celebration of the unsung heroes of our world, here are 12 of the greatest moms in history. 10 Interesting Popes From History Click Here to Read the Article When the Vatican announced on February 11 th , 2013 that Pope Benedict XVI would resign the papacy due to his advanced age, he became the first
The European History Quiz: How Much Do You Know?
Martin Luther Henry VIII of England Pope Innocent XII Which king was assassinated during the French Revolution? King Louis XVI King Charles IX King Philip III When was the Roman Empire established?