The Pope Is Donating His Brand New Lambo To Support ISIS Victims

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RM Sotheby's taking care of the sale that's scheduled on May 12, 2018 and we're pretty sure it's going to sell fast and for a high price as it carries the signature of Pope Francis.

Today, as if he could get even more in touch with the young, hip crowd, the pope also proved that his taste in cars is on par with that of rappers and rich kids of Instagram.

The tendency was clearly apparent when you compared healthcare cover between countries and continents, the pope said, adding that it was also visible within more wealthy countries, "where access to healthcare risks being more dependent on individuals' economic resources than on their actual need for treatment".

Lamborghini presented Pope Francis with a special white and golden yellow Huracan.

And one more photo just for kicks.

The first is the reconstruction of the Nineveh Plain in Iraq by rebuilding the Christian community's homes, public edifices, and places of worship. The special edition pays tribute to the Vatican's flag.

The Pope made a decision to auction off the sports auto to benefit Christians persecuted by ISIS in Iraq, according to Vatican Radio. With a big grin, Pope Francis signed "Francesco" on the hood.

Ad Personam, Lamborghini's customization department, created the specialty model.

On Sunday, November 19th, they will concelebrate Mass with Pope Francis in St. Peter's Basilica for the 1st World Day of the Poor.

Holy See Press Office has released a statement, saying some of the proceeds will go to the papal charity, "Aid to the Church in Need", Vatican Radio reported.

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