Pope Francis is not afraid to speak out against hatred in the world, even if that hatred is coming at the hands of his own community.
Since becoming the pope in 2013, Pope Francis has made many bold statements that normally would be seen as taboo for members of the clergy. He granted priests permission to absolve parishioners who have had abortions. His Holiness also stated it's better to be Atheist than a "hypocritical Catholic."
Pope Francis also encourages Catholics to give money to the homeless, despite stereotypes that they'll be spending it on drugs or alcohol. His Holiness says we shouldn't be judging, but to "instead ask yourself what do you do on the sly? What ‘happiness’ do you seek in secret?”
Now, the Pope has a message for people who see themselves as perfect: here's a hint...he doesn't like it.