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Today in Heritage History, July 18, 1870, the Roman Catholic Church proclaims that the Pope is infallible. The Church cited the Gospel of Matthew, Chapter 5;1-12 for their authority to declare him infallible. It was the Sermon on the Mount where Jesus (apparently) said, “Bring unto me all the pompous, arrogant, mostly fat Italian men, who hide pedophiles, scam poor people out of all their life-savings, and are so ignorant that they really think they can’t make a mistake or be questioned; for they shall inherit a place called Vatican City in some country named Italy…someday…a few centuries down the road…when it’s all made”. (Amen)