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A delegation of the Ecumenical Patriarchate in the Vatican for the Feast of Sts Peter and Paul

A delegation of the Ecumenical Patriarchate, headed by Archbishop Job of Telmessos, is in the Vatican and attended – yesterday morning – the Liturgy at the Church of St. Peter, for the feast of the patron saints of Rome, Saints Peter and Paul.

Addressing the faithful and the clergy who were at St. Peter’s Basilica today, Pope Francis stressed that it is important for the Catholic Church not to lose the elements of communion, with the participation of all, “without anyone replacing or excelling the other.” “No one is in a central position, because this belongs only to Jesus,” the Pope underlined.

“Go to the crossroads and bring everyone to the Church. Those who are deaf, blind, sick, virtuous, and sinners. The word of the Lord must resound in the hearts and minds of all: in the Church, there is room for everyone,” Pope Francis concluded.


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