Francis urged Catholics to “let the brotherly life shine in places where there is often division and hostility in society, and spread the good breath of welcome and unity in places where individual and collective selfishness often dominates.”
Rome, September 15, 2015 (European News Agency). The Pope celebrated a mass in Sastin to say goodbye to Slovakia. He demonstrated that faith is more than a ritual and transformed into people who support those in need.
Francis encouraged Catholics to “let the brotherly life shine where there is often division or hostility in society, and to spread the good breathe of welcome and unity wherever individual and collective selfishness often prevails over the logic of death.” Local protection and care of human life.
Before returning to Rome, the Pope made his final public appearance in Slovakia, where he held a Mass at the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Seven Sorrows. This shrine is located one hour north of Bratislava (Slovakia). He asked his followers to overcome the temptation to believe in static beliefs, which are satisfied with ancient rituals or traditions, because Jesus is “a symbol of contradiction” who “has come to a dark and dangerous place to bring light.”
“Looking at the saddened Virgin, we are able to open our hearts and minds to a belief that transforms into compassion, a life communication to those who are hurt, those in pain, and those who are compelled to carry a heavy burden on their shoulders. . He stressed that it was important to keep the message abstract but to get deep into the body and unite people in need, he said.
The pope again attacked those who use religion for political purposes in his speech. He said that Christians must “use” their lives to “show the beauty and truth of the gospel” but must not “take a rigid stand.”
He clearly stated that Catholics’ mission is to “make brotherly life shine in places where divisions, hostility and often appear in society” and to spread “welcome to all places where individual selfishness prevails over collectives.” Beautiful perfume The most important thing in life is to “protect, take care of and protect life where the logics of death prevail.”
After undergoing colon surgery in July, the Pope was able to resume his international travels through this visit. The Vatican has been able also to restore mass baths, and masses. However, it was limited in the first visit to Iraq after the pandemic ended.