Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled!
I’m a traditional person, and I’ve always thought of marriage as between a man and a woman, but I think this is something that the country is going to work out, and I suspect it will change in time because all of us who are fortunate enough to have really, really close friends — and some of my really, really close friends are gay — don’t want to see them discriminated against. ... whenever one senses that there is discrimination against some group of people, it behooves us as a country to look hard at what we’re doing. - Condoleezza Rice

Giovanni Vincenzo Antonio Ganganelli

Jesuit taught Roman Catholic that later became the Pope (1769 to 1774). While Pope he banned the Jesuit order in 1773 which went into hiding in Russia.

Giovanni Vincenzo Antonio Ganganelli
Birth 1705-10-31Death 1774-09-22
Jesuit Order Banned By Pope Clement XIV
Ended 1814-09-07
The Jesuit Order was disbanded in the countries of France, Spain, Portugal, Naples and Austria by order of the Catholic Pope Clement XIV. Many Jesuits fled to Russia during this period due to Catherine the Great not carrying out the Pope’s orders. According to Manresa (a Jesuit history site) Catherine held the Jesuits’ and their schools in higher regard than the Pope. Jesuits maintained operations in Russia and when the Jesuits was re instantiated by Pope Pius VII in 1814, it was the Russian Jesuits that rebuilt the order in all countries.