On Saturday, Joe Biden’s pro-abortion “climate envoy” John Kerry met with Pope Francis at the Vatican to talk about “climate change” ahead of the November 1-12 United Nations Climate Change Conference in Glasgow.
The Holy Father is reportedly considering attending the conference and local authorities are preparing the possibility of a papal visit for the event.
After the closed-door visit with the Pope, Kerry said, “His encyclical Laudato si’ is really a very, very powerful document, eloquent and morally very persuasive. And I think that his voice will be a very important voice leading up to and through the Glasgow conference, which I believe he intends to attend.”
“So, we need everybody in this fight. All the leaders of the world need to come together and every country needs to do its part. And I think, I think his Holiness speaks with a moral authority that is quite separate. It’s unique and we need all the power we can bring to the table.”
Ahead of his meeting with the pope, Kerry delivered a keynote speech at the “Dreaming of a Better Restart” conference, a closed-door meeting in Vatican City on May 14.
“Kerry, a baptized Catholic, previously met Pope Francis at the Vatican in 2014 and 2016, when he served as U.S. Secretary of State during the Obama administration,” wrote the Catholic News Agency.