Pope Francis asked that “stop the attacks” on Israel, and declared that “terrorism and war do not lead to any solution,” as he delivered his message at the Sunday Angelus in St. Peter’s Square.
“I follow with fear and pain what is happening in Israel. I transfer my closeness to the families of the victims”said the leader of the Catholic Church.
Francis demanded that “Stop the attacks and the weapons, I’m begging you please”. “Terrorism and war do not lead to any solution, but to the death and suffering of many innocent people,” he emphasized.
“War is a loss. Every battle is a loss. Let us pray for peace in Israel and Palestine,” said the Pope, before thousands of faithful in Rome.
“War is a loss. Every war is a loss. Let us pray for peace in Israel and Palestine,” said the Pope, before thousands of faithful in Rome.
After the Marian prayer on the second Sunday of October, the head of the Catholic Church expressed his concern and pain that he continued what happened in Israel where, he stressed that “Violence erupted more ferociously, causing hundreds of deaths and injuries.”
Discussing his thoughts on all countries in conflict, he reminded the “very martyr” Ukraine “who suffer greatly every day.”
After the Angelus, the Supreme Pontiff also recalled that this month is dedicated not only to missions, but also to praying the Rosary. And in that regard, he mentioned María to ask again for peace in all areas of war.
“We will not tire of praying, through the intercession of Mary, the gift of peace to many countries of the world marked by wars and conflicts. And we will continue to remember the beloved Ukraine, which has suffered so much every day, martyr. ,” he said.