The Christmas message highlights Pope Francis’ plea for universal access to children and prisoners of war captured with the COVID vaccine.
Pope Francis has called for an end to the war in Syria. Refugees in Yemen and Iraq were mentioned in his Christmas message.
“Today, let us look to children around the world, especially in war-torn Syria, Iraq, and Yemen, when the Word became a child.”
Their willingness to address the root causes of conflicts and to work boldly for peace and future peace-building is to touch the conscience of all men and women.
Pope Francis has appealed to the authorities to make all COVID-19 vaccines available to everyone. The first step should be the most vulnerable and poorest.
“Vaccines for everyone, especially the most vulnerable and in need,” Francis called in his prepared text the development of such vaccines as a glimmer of hope for the world.
“Closed nationalism prevents us from living as a true human family,” he said.
He called on business leaders and leaders of international organizations to “promote cooperation, not competition, and find a solution for all.”
This year, at a time when coronavirus infections are on the rise in Italy, Francis is breaking the tradition for Christmas.
Instead of delivering his Latin-language “Urbi et Orbi” speech from the central loggia of St. Peter’s Square, “To the city and the world,” he read it from inside the church hall with two Christmas trees. With a bright light.
Normally, tens of thousands of people gather in St. Peter’s Square to receive the Pope’s Christmas blessing and speech.
Jobs Health Italy’s efforts to prevent the spread of the holiday epidemic are only for emergency reasons, such as visiting nearby loved ones or training neighbors, forcing people to leave their homes for Christmas.
The aftermath of an infectious disease on life influenced Francis last year.
“History has seen a significant increase in economic and social inequality due to the current ecological crisis and the worsening economic and social inequality caused by coronavirus infection,” Francis said. It is more important to be recognized as sisters. ”
Comrades love and compassion for one another “My family, My people, It has nothing to do with my religion, but it has to do with people, ”he said.
Francis described Jesus’ birth as “generous and kind. They need to be “support and assistance”. He prayed for the mobilization of women who have suffered domestic violence and those who are struggling with the economic effects of infectious diseases during these blockades.