BREAKING NEWS – Rome, Italy – After Jorge Mario Bergoglio (Pope Francis I) was elected to succeed Pope Benedict XVI in 2013, he quickly established a reputation of an unconventional character who put himself on both sides of an argument with vaguely worded pronouncements. From his “Who am I to judge?” statement on gay people that seemed to offer a hint at a change in church teaching, to his fumbles on contraception, his off-the-cuff remarks cause headlines across the globe, often followed by some sort of “clarification” from the Holy See Press Office. Their latest statement is, “For the most part, Pope Francis I has spoken with convictions and was well understood. However, we believe that his unfortunate reputation of confusing statements for the faithful, stems from his 2012 acquisition of a medical marijuana card.