‘Love the Rosary, Dear Sick’

Greetings to Young People and Newlyweds

© L'Osservatore Romano

© L'Osservatore Romano

“Love the Rosary, dear sick, so that it gives consolation and meaning to your sufferings,” encouraged Pope Francis at the General Audience in St. Peter’s Square on October 25, 2017.

At the end of the Audience, the Holy Father addressed in Italian the young people, the sick and the newlyweds, under the sign of the month of October, month of the Rosary. “I wish to recommend the prayer of the Holy Rosary,” he said.

“May this Marian prayer be for you, dear young people, occasion to penetrate more profoundly the mystery of Christ working in your life,” he wished.

May it become for you, dear newlyweds, a privileged occasion to experience this spiritual intimacy with God who founds a new family.”

 

JF

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