Does the Pope really not remember the time when sports involved giant coliseums and people being eaten by tigers? Or when sports just a few decades ago didn't even let black people play?
We're not quite sure what kind of lost morality he's looking for, but we also have to say that contrary to popular belief, not everyone is a Christian.
Yet here he goes: The Pontifical Council for Culture is going to host an international conference on re-instilling values in sports this spring, inviting representatives from top world governing bodies like FIFA, the International Cycling Union and the Italian National Olympic Committee — including Tim Tebow and Jeremy Lin.
Apparently their biggest problem with sports is
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Oh here we go!!
Kirk Cameron has released a statement in response to the backlash given over the homophobic views he expressed to Piers Morgan.
Throwing it back on everyone, because ya know, he definitely shouldn't be held accountable when he says homosexuality destroys society, Kirk says those who judge him are just as bad as he is for judging homosexuality.
Welp! He's right when he says everyone is judging him too (for being narrow-minded). But here's the thing - the judgement thrown back on him won't hinder his civil rights. It's the judgement he and others spew that keeps gay Americans from enjoying certain freedoms.
His statement reads:
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