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The Holy Father, in this month’s Pope Video from the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network, is calling for the protection of workers’ rights around the world.
In the The Pope Video for September from the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network, Francis calls for parishes at the service of the mission.
Pope Francis’ prayer intention for July: that Christians who have distanced themselves from the faith not be left alone.
The June edition of the The Pope Video, from the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network, is focused on the elimination of the arms trade.
This month, the Holy Father makes a heartfelt appeal in The Pope Video for Christians in Africa, so that they can give a testimony of justice and peace.
This month, Francis draws from the popular “mannequin challenge,” proposing a move in the opposite direction, recognizing that indifference toward those who suffer is an attitude that society must reject.
In its first edition for 2017, the January The Pope Video, “Christians serving the challenges facing humanity,” seeks to motivate believers to work together to serve the neediest among us. The Pope invited to join his Worldwide Prayer Network.
The Pope Video December edition is released. “Child Soldiers” seeks to raise awareness about this slavery victimizing children.
The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network this month, with the collaboration of the Jesuit Refugee Service, has launched the eleventh edition of The Pope Video, this time focusing on forced emigration and the fate of refugees.
In the October The Pope Video, Pope Francis is deeply concerned with a cause that is always relevant: the exercise of the journalistic profession.
Everyday situations such as coexistence in community, work in a factory and customer care are some of the images that the September The Pope Video shows to raise awareness of the crisis we are facing.
On the eve of the Summer Olympic Games, Pope Francis launched, through The Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network, “Sports, a culture of encounter,” the video that calls for sports as a practice of “human dignity, turned into a vehicle of fraternity.”