During a visit to San Cirillo Alessandrino church, located in a working-class suburb of Rome, Francis recounted some of his former jobs, which included sweeping floors, working in a chemistry lab, teaching literature and psychology, and guarding the door as the bouncer at a Buenos Aires nightclub, the Catholic News Service reported. The pontiff’s bouncing gig was first reported back in March by Gazetta de Sud and The Telegraph, but this is the first time he has spoken about it since becoming pope — lighting up social media in the process.
Wow! So his past work in science definitely suggests more of an open-mindedness, which doesn’t exactly surprise us considering his new direction concerning gays and other issues within the church.
I mean, if Francis (formerly known as “Big Frank”, the bouncer from Buenos Aires) sharpened his teeth keeping drunk peeps in-check while being forced to listen to LMFAO for 6 hours straight, then he can probably take on anything!