The Pope met with a group consisting of pilgrims and believers in St. Peter’s Basilica before he taught the catechism. Due to space limitations and pandemic, they were not allowed to enter the Vatican Paul VI Hall.
Rome. (European media).-The Pope emphasized that building a just and supportive society requires protecting and listening victims of violence, particularly women. He urged people to “consider their suffering and listen to them.”
Pope Benedict XVI said: “Dear sisters and brothers, I am grateful for your help and support to those who have been hurt, live in pain, and are in discomfort. Your valuable work has helped to build a more just, caring society. “After paying tribute the Italian Association of Victims of Violence members who attended the general audience Wednesday. Francis asked for his example in this regard to encourage everyone to “recommit” to protecting the victims of violence.
The Pope met with a group consisting of pilgrims and believers in St. Peter’s Basilica before he taught the catechism. Due to space limitations and the pandemic, they were not allowed to enter the Vatican Paul VI Hall. This includes members of the Italian Association. It defends the rights for abused persons and women in distress.
He also addressed lonely people, prisoners, asylum seekers, and those on the edge of their lives. He encouraged believers to embrace the “true happiness” of God’s love, source, reason, and joy. He said, “Talk to your pastor and proclaim Christ in your life, family and all circumstances.”