Pope to Those Who Can’t Make WYD: We’re United in Prayer

At Angelus Address, Speaks of the Youth Pouring Into Krakow

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Pope Francis today during his Angelus address noted that youth from all over the world are arriving during these days to Krakow, for the 31st World Youth Day.
“I will leave Wednesday to meet up with these young men and women and celebrate with them and for them the Jubilee of Mercy, with the intercession of John Paul II,” he said.
See more: Pope’s itinerary in Poland
“I ask you to accompany me with prayer,” Francis requested.
The Pope also sent a greeting to the “many youth of their same age who, unable to be present personally, will follow the event through the media: ‘We are all united in prayer!’”

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Full text: https://zenit.org/articles/angelus-text-on-the-key-to-christian-prayer/

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Kathleen Naab

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