Langone argued that a such message from the Vatican will have as a consequence to make some of the rich “incapable of feeling compassion for the poor.” The important man is currently working with Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the Archbishop of New York, to raise $180 million for the restoration of St. Patrick’s Cathedral. However, he issued a warning that he can change the mind. “I’ve told the cardinal, ‘Your Eminence, this is one more hurdle I hope we don’t have to deal with. You want to be careful about generalities. Rich people in one country don’t act the same as rich people in another country,'” said Langone. The Pope Francis exposed this message against global inequality in many circumstances. He said, in Brazil, that “no one can remain insensitive to the inequalities that persist in the world.” Some several commentators have acidic remarked that this is “pure Marxism.” It’s not expected that the Holy Father will change what he says about the actual world but probably he will better explain his message. His big popularity is generated by his modesty in behavior and his broad sympathy for the poor people.