Pope Francis graces cover of Rolling Stone

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VATICAN CITY – If your smiley face appears on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine only weeks after you were named as Time’s person of the year, you might start believing you’re kinda a rock star, right? But Pope Francis remains all humility, kisses and hugs.

Let’s be honest: whoever is running his PR campaign must be a genius! Or an angel!

Sex, drugs and rock and roll; what happened to that? It looks like the editors – who not long ago portrayed the Boston Marathon terrorist Dzhokhar Tsarnaev as a 21st century Jim Morrison – are now seemingly trying to make amends and secure their stairways to heaven.

So if you wanna change the world, start by changing the walls: a graffiti of a Super Pope bringing values to a universe ruled by greed, violence and oppression appeared on the streets of Rome, and the Church is celebrating it. That proves our theory that superheroes aren’t into sex.

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