Lambo CEO Stefano Domenicali reportedly presented the vehicle to the pope in a special ceremony. The Italian luxury vehicle maker is a division of Volkswagen (OTC:VLKAY).
So will he be riding around the Vatican in his new whip?
Pope Francis signs a Lamborghini Huracan prior to his Wednesday general audience in Saint Peter's square at the Vatican, November 15, 2017. The ceremony in Vatican was also attended by a part of the company's management board and two technicians who built the vehicle. All proceeds will go toward charities that the Pope has chosen, including two organizations that work primarily in Africa to help women and children in need.
Shaw students pay respects to local veterans
All veterans will be honored and the public is encouraged to attend. "You take responsibility for others, leaving no one behind". Groups from the school system participating included music ensembles from Veterans Elementary and the Howard High School JROTC.
An iPad that Pope Francis once owned sold for $30,500.
The statement adds that the funds will help Christians who had taken refuge in Iraqi Kurdistan "to finally return to their roots and recover their dignity". Another recipient is the John XXIII Community, which offers protection and aid for female victims of human trafficking and prostitution. Unlike our daddy GOs, the Pope doesn't collect tithe and gifts like these are donated to charity!
"Let's drive the money changing Pharisee hypocrites out of the house of worship, If we remove tithes from the Church and cut down the offering, only pastors who genuinely love God will serve him and only true Christian doctrines will survive!"