Pope Francis F-bombs in address at St. Peter’s Square

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(VATICAN CITY) – Pope Francis inadvertently dropped the F-bomb during his “Angelus” address to the faithful in St. Peter’s Square Sunday, according to the London based newspaper The Telegraph. The Pope was speaking in Italian when he mispronounced the word “caso”, that means example, but instead pronounced the word at “cazzo”, the Italian for f***, or c**k.

Quote: ““If each of us were to accumulate wealth not only for ourselves but to put at the service of others, in this f— [pause], in this case God’s providence would manifest itself in this gesture of solidarity,”

The Pope corrected himself immediately after making the gaffe.

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