But should anyone listen?
Pope Benedict XVI has urged worshipers to see through the “superficial glitter” of Christmas during the traditional Christmas Eve Mass at St Peter’s Basilica in Rome.
Pope Benedict XVI lamented the commercialization of Christmas during the traditional Christmas Eve Mass at St Peter’s Basilica in Rome.
“Today Christmas has become a commercial celebration, whose bright lights hide the mystery of God’s humility, which in turn calls us to humility and simplicity,” he said, Euronews reported.
He went on to worshippers to “see through the superficial glitter of this season” and to discover its true meaning, “the child in the stable in Bethlehem,” according to the BBC.
Of course, he was surrounded by the glittering gold in the pic above and in the article itself while making this astute observation.
No doubt wearing the nifty little red numbers to the left, also.
His hypocrisy knows no bounds . . . .