Pope Francis delivered some strong words about hypocrisy at a recent mass. When discussing the scandal of “saying one thing and doing another,” he said:

So many Christians are like this, and these people scandalize others. How many times have we heard — all of us, around the neighborhood and elsewhere — ‘But to be a Catholic like that, it’s better to be an atheist.’ It is that: scandal.

The pope also called out Christians who try to earn their salvation through works and associating with groups that don’t actually do the things they say they are going to do.

He said there are people who say, “Here I am, Lord! … I went to Church, I was close to you, I belong to this association, I did this… Don’t you remember all the offerings I made?”

Adding that God’s reply would be, “Yes, I remember. The offerings, I remember them: All dirty. All stolen from the poor. I don’t know you.” Discuss

Three years ago, Tracy Morgan—the guy responsible for such comedy gold as SNL's Brian Fellows and 30 Rock's Tracy Jordan—almost died in a severe car accident that resulted brain trauma. In the past several months he's returned to comedy.

Now Netflix has announced a new stand-up special from Morgan called Staying Alive. This will he his first special since his brain injury and having to learn to walk again. His previous special, Bona Fide, premiered on Comedy Central less than two months before the accident. Staying Alive was filmed at the Count Basie Theatre in New Jersey, and it hits Netflix on May 16. Discuss

A Kansas man is facing murder charges after shooting three men, two of them Indian, in a bar in Olate, Kansas on Wednesday, one of the men died.

Adam Purinton was charged with first-degree murder for shooting and killing Srinivas Kuchibhotla, 32, who died from his wounds in the hospital. He is charged with attempted first-degree murder in the shootings of Alok Madasani, 32, who was released from the hospital on Thursday and Ian Grillot, a 24-year-old who tried to intervene and is still recovering.

According to witnesses, Purinton reportedly told Kuchibhotla and Madasani to "get out of my country" before shooting them, likely believing they were Middle Eastern. Authorities have yet to officially call it a hate crime, but federal officials are investigating the shooting to see if it was "bias motivated."

Witnesses also told the Kansas City Star that Purinton may have been kicked out of the bar earlier Wednesday, but came back and started verbally attacking the two Indian men. Grillot, who was described as a regular at the bar, became involved when he tried to intervene.

Purinton shot him through his hand and chest, fracturing a vertebrae and his neck, barely missing his carotid artery.

“I’m grateful to be alive,” Grillot said in a video released by the University of Kansas Health System. “Another half inch and I could be dead or never walk again.”

Purinton, a Navy veteran, was taken into custody about 70 miles away in Missouri after a bartender at Applebee's called the police saying Purinton told him he had been involved in a shooting, according to the Associated Press. His bond was set at $2 million.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations in Kansas is asking for Purinton to be charged with a hate crime both federally and at the state level "in order to send a strong message that violence targeting religious or ethnic minorities will not be tolerated.”

The White House renounced linking the shootings to President Trump's rhetoric against immigrants, calling them "absurd," but expressing condolences for the loss of life, according to Reuters.

According to India's Ministry of External Affairs, both men were Indian nationals and the minister is arranging for Kuchibhotla's remains to be sent back to Hyderabad, India.

A friend of Kuchibhotla's has created a GoFundMe account to help his wife and family with the pending expenses. On the page, Kuchibhotla was described as kind:

Srini was the kindest person you would meet, full of love, care and compassion for everyone. He never uttered a word of hatred, a simple gossip, or a careless comment. He was brilliant, well mannered and simply an outstanding human being.

In less than 24 hours, the page had collected over $400,000.

Officials say they will continue to investigate. Discuss

Around the world, migrants are facing deportations and general closed doors when they reach what they hope to be their new homes.

According to a report by The New York Times, Germany has just ordered its third mass deportation of people back to Afghanistan since the fall. This was just hours after the cabinet voted for tapping cellphones and putting electronic tracking bracelets on migrants who they felt could propose a threat.

Like the United States, Europe's newest counter-terrorism measures have made it clear that migrants are less welcome than they previously were.

According to the Times, Sweden, Britain, Italy and Hungary are just four countries that have doubled down on measures to keep migrants out.

For Germany, the push for deportations and strengthened borders comes from the December terrorist attack when a Tunisian man seeking asylum drove a truck through a Berlin Christmas market and killed 12 people. He had been removed from Italy and was listed as a terrorist threat to be deported, but never was.

In spite of that, human rights organizations argue that European governments are being too restrictive on people who are just searching for a better life, or worse, fleeing war and other danger. Discuss

The season finale of Dr. Ken is going to be so meta they should just title this episode, “Inception.” Except, instead of a dream within a dream, the episode titled “Ken’s Big Audition,” will be a show within a show.

Here’s what we know: The self-absorbed Dr. Ken, played by former Community star Ken Jeong, is going to be reconnected in the episode with Community creator Dan Harmon. Harmon will be appearing as “the creator of a new TV comedy set at a community college.” Sound familiar? It gets better.

According to Deadline, Harmon’s character even ends up inviting Dr. Ken to audition for a role on his new show after seeing him perform stand-up at an open mic. Our cup runneth over.

We can only hope the episode is a foreshadowing of another Community revival. Either way, we’re excited to see the madness play out when the episode airs on March 31st. Discuss

This is the kind of story your day needs. This week on her daytime talk show, Ellen DeGeneres gave the entire senior class of Summit Academy Charter School in Brooklyn, New York full college scholarships. The students can now go to any New York state university for free.

The video is touching. Warning, there are a lot of tears.

Seriously, it’s like if “Scott’s Tots” had a much, much happier ending. Discuss