Pope Francis: "Those who build walls will become prisoners of the walls they put up"
We wonder who he's talking about here.
On Sunday, Pope Francis Sunday spoke out against governments that build walls to keep out migrants, making his thoughts on immigration around the world very clear.
While speaking to reporters on his flight to Rome from Morocco, Pope Francis was asked about the several countries, including the US and Spain, that have shown intentions to build walls and fences to keep out migrants.
It is fairly safe to assume that he is in some way talking about US President Donald Trump, especially given the fact that he referred to Trump as not "Christian", during the presidential campaign in 2016.
"A person who thinks only about building walls, wherever they may be, and not building bridges, is not Christian," Pope Francis said in 2016. "This is not the gospel."
Pope Francis has surely frustrated Trump with his comments, although there has been no official response from The Donald as of yet, on Twitter or otherwise.
The two have previously met at the Vatican when Trump was elected, despite their differences, although there is no plans for them to do so again.
Pope Francis also recently condemned certain football fans referring Lionel Messi as "God".
Asked about the subject on Spanish television channel La Sexta, Pope Francis said: "In theory, it is sacrilege. It shouldn't be said. I do not believe it."