The Pope’s Easter message this year turned out to be quite controversial. If you’re Catholic and don’t support the current invasion of Europe, what do you think of the Pope’s Easter message yesterday?
VATICAN CITY, March 27 (UPI) — Just as he did during his Christmas address, Pope Francis on Easter remembered the suffering of migrants from the Middle East and North Africa, but this time condemned those who wish to prevent them from crossing borders.
During his urbi et orbi address from St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican, the pope remembered the suffering of people from Syria, Libya and Yemen and urged Christians to reach out to them.
“The Easter message of the risen Christ,” he said, is “a message of life for all humanity, echoes down the ages and invites us not to forget those men and women seeking a better future, an ever more numerous throng of migrants and refugees — including many children — fleeing from war, hunger, poverty and social injustice.”
He had particularly harsh words for those who wish to prevent migrants from seeking safety outside their homeland.
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