Pope Francis today drew attention to one of the problems of the world that seems closest to his heart: that of unemployment. The Holy Father has mentioned dozens of times the plight of young people who can’t find work, most recently on his return flight from Poland on Sunday, when he spoke of how fundamentalist groups such as ISIS grow off the disillusion of youth who don’t have hope for the future because they don’t have work.
FEATURE: ‘I Am Here to Bring the Greetings of Pope Benedict’‘I am here to bring the greetings of Pope Benedict.’Archbishop Georg Gänswein, Prefect of the Pontifical House, and private secretary to Benedict XVI, announced this during his remarks at the presentation of the book “BENEDETTO XVI IMMAGINI DI UNA VITA” (“Joseph Ratzinger-Benedict XVI. Pictures of a Life”), published by San Paolo, which took place yesterday, Wednesday 14 June 2017, at the Camera dei Deputati in Rome.
Cardinal-elect Anders Arborelius, to be Sweden’s first cardinal, says that “while Sweden is regarded as the most secular country in Europe, it is still possible to build up the Church.” In an exclusive interview with Zenit in the Vatican yesterday, June 14, 2017, Bishop Anders Arborelius of Sweden’s lone Diocese of Stockholm, made this point as he spoke about his nomination, the fruits of the Pope’s visit to the Swedish cities of Mälmo and Lund, Oct. 31-Nov. 1, 2016, and what his expectations...
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