Francis said he forcefully removed the rosary from the dead priest's cold hands. Getting flowers to hide his stealing was a "nice" touch. Good diversionary tactic.
This is absolutely disgusting on so many levels.
First, it's clear that he credits mere man as the forgiver of sins, which is in direct violation of Scripture which states ONLY GOD forgives sins, because it is against HIM that we sin.
Secondly he stole what was not his. To this day he still, unashamedly admits he carries around that which he stole off a dead body.
Fourthly, he asked a dead man for mercy. Necromancy is a violation of Scripture.
Lastly, he used this incident to soothe his guilty and vile conscience, so he wouldn't be the only one.
(One would wonder why he was so worried about a dead man not having flowers he has his rosary. Francis found the rosary more important than the flowers. If he's talking to the dead, he's presuming, as all Catholics do, that the dead hears him, then why wouldn't he consider the rosary important for the dead priest still? It's convoluted thinking. But I digress....)
A man who takes the Lord's name in vain, steals from a dead body in a coffin, commits nemacracy, and is unrepentant of his sin is the head of the Roman Catholic Church. Truly truly corrupt. A blind dead man leading other dead and blind man on the road to eternal destruction.