I agree with John, although her last line might upset a few people. ;-)
We also have to remember that Jesus wasn't a Christian, and I doubt he would have converted to Catholicism. I would imagine he would expect people to be interested in what he had to say, rather than convert it to religion.
Sharon's poem (she's a regular in my part of England) is thought-provoking in as much as it can act as a catalyst if we are not closed up in our attitudes and belief-systems.
That's essentially the main useful tool for poetry, in my opinion, and it's always a shame that some poets would prefer only a closed audience for their work, and that some sections of the world population act in a similar manner.
Thanks for posting this poem, I'd forgotten about it.