Pope Francis, Jorge Mario Bergoglio from Buenos Aires, Argentina, became the new Pope at age 76. He is the first non-European pope in more than 1,200 years and is the first member of the Jesuit order to lead the church. Jesuits have founded many schools and colleges – including Georgetown University and Boston College. Since the new Pope is a student of chemistry, science and religions could become closer organizations. Accordingly the new Pope can be expected to treat science more kindly.
The Jesuit order is called the Society of Jesus. While Jesuits expects God to be found 'in' all things, I must teach them about the true meaning of the symbol 'in.' I must also challenge them because they still believe that Jesus is the only begotten Son of God. This belief is not possible because all humans are Little Gods, who live in the universe forever with knowledge of the acts of God.
The prior pope, Pope Benectict XVI (Joseph Ratzinger of Germany) made promises on the meaning of infinity, a very critical subject about God and Jesus. But, I never heard any results on this subject. Yet, I found that the concept of the infiinity of God cannot be numbered whereas the infinitiess in the universe's bodies can be numbered.