Pope Gets €185000 Lamborghini As Gift - But Instead Auctions It For Charity

Pope Francis receiving a Lamborghini Huracan in front of the Pontiff's Santa Marta residence at the Vatican on November 15 2017

Pope Gets €185000 Lamborghini As Gift - But Instead Auctions It For Charity

Francis also signed the vehicle, in handwriting that gets progressively less legible, though that could've been the pen's fault.

The Pope Lambo and the Pope Mobile.

However, he will not be bending corners or spinning doughnuts in the luxury sports auto.

The hot new wheels was blessed and signed by the pontiff outside Casa Santa Marta, the Vatican guesthouse where he lives.

It is understood that the proceeds will go to a Catholic charity seeking to return Christian exiles to Iraq, to another one helping victims of the sex trade in Italy and to two Italian charities that operate in Africa. There is no information about exactly when the auction will take place are not published and technical characteristics of the vehicle.

Pope Francis condemned on Thursday inequality in healthcare, particularly in rich countries, saying governments had a duty to protect all citizens. The project is held under the patronage of the "Community Pope Giovanni XXIII". Unlike our daddy GOs, the Pope doesn't collect tithe and gifts like these are donated to charity!

During his weekly general audience, Pope Francis has said one must "allow himself to be amazed to enter the Kingdom of Heaven".

Bishop Heriberto Bodeant of Melo told us that the bishops of Uruguay are very close to Pope Francis also thanks to the geographical proximity of their homelands. In an off-the-cuff remark, he also underlined that praying means being in silence with God.

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