Monday, September 30, 2019

Pope Francis asks the world to pray for the success of the dialogue

In his address that preceded the Angelus of this Sunday, September 29, 2019 in Rome, the Holy Father spoke about the great national dialogue (GDN) which is held from September 30 to October 4, 2019 in Yaoundé to reflect on the Ways and means to solve definitively the socio-politico-security crisis that shakes a good part of Cameroon.

It's a tradition. Every Sunday at noon, the Pope shows himself on St. Peter's Square in Rome to address an immense crowd of Christians.

This Sunday, before reciting the prayer of the Angelus, Pope Francis delivered a speech. On the whole, the remarks of the spiritual leader of the Roman Catholic Church were marked by a call for migrants and refugees.

"The Pope evoked the sculpture he would inaugurate in their homage, and whose theme is these words of the Letter to the Hebrews:" Do not forget hospitality: it allowed some, without knowing it, to receive at home they are angels ". This sculpture, in bronze and clay, represents a group of migrants from different cultures and different historical periods. The Pope wished it on Saint Peter's Square to remind everyone of the evangelical challenge of welcoming them, "reports Vaticannews, an online newspaper.

In his message of solidarity and peace, the Holy Father has not forgotten Cameroon, a country in crisis with about 40% Catholic Christian population. The Yaoundé congress center is hosting from tomorrow a large national dialogue for the return of peace in some regions of Cameroon. "As close as possible to the sufferings and hopes of the beloved Cameroonian people, I invite everyone to pray that this dialogue will be fruitful and lead to just and lasting solutions of peace, in the interest of all," he said. exhorted the Holy Father.

On the spot in Cameroon, religious leaders also prayed a lot this weekend for the success of the GDN.

Source: Cameroon-Info.Net