A lunggulh uhleh Martian te nangawn ka tuiphum dinghi

Leitung mihingte genloh, a lunggulh a omleh Martian te nangawn ka tuiphum dinghi ci'n,
Pope Francis in hunzatna khat ah genkhia hi.


Ki deidanna omlo in mikhempeuh tungah Khasiangtho tungthei ahihna gentehna tawh hibang in Pope Francis in
inn thungetna khat ah genkhia ahihi.


"Zingciang in, gentehna in Martian gamthakzongpawl Leitungah hongzin tung cini, pawlkhat honghawh in tuate lakah
khatin, keizongh ki tuiphum nuam ing, ci'n hongkun leh ke'n tuathu khending maw ci'n gentehna tawh thuhilh hi.


Naupangte kaatawn suaihkhialh bangin bilkaak lelaw, mitang lawtkhia leh naaksau zum zezaw hih nun'taakna nei nate
(Martian) na ngawn gupkhiatna kongpi ih khaknelh keiding hi.


Mi kahtpeuh gupna ngah leh gupna taan ding thukhen dingin ei kua hileltak ih hiam?, a cinuam ahihi.

Pope Francis Says He Would Baptize Martians If They Asked ​.​​ And then he'd probably take a selfie with them afterwards ​/ A lunggulh uhleh Martian te nangawn tui kiphumsak, man kizaihpih in face book ah puakpaih to ding.


In a homily delivered Monday, Pope Francis said he’d totally baptize Martians if they showed up at the Vatican demanding to be baptized.

He was trying to illustrate the point that everyone has the right to receive the Holy Spirit — even aliens from faraway planets.

“If tomorrow, for example, an expedition of Martians arrives and some of them come to us … and if one of them says: ‘Me, I want to be baptized!’, what would happen?” the pontiff said, according to AFP.

He defined these hypothetical beings as “green men, with a long nose and big ears, like children draw.” For extra emphasis, he added, “Who are we to close doors?”




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