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POPE FRANCIS INTENTIONS

POPE FRANCIS' PRAYER INTENTIONS FOR MARCH

Families in Difficulty. That families in need may receive the necessary support and that children may grow up in healthy and peaceful environments. Las familias en dificultad.

que las familias necesitadas puedan recibir el apoyo necesario y que los niños crezcan en entornos saludables y pacíficos.

Persecuted Christians. That those Christians who, on account of their faith, are discriminated against or are being persecuted, may remain strong and faithful to the Gospel, thanks to the incessant prayer of the Church. Los cristianos perseguidos. Que aquellos cristianos que, por razón de su fe, son discriminados o son perseguidas, pueden permanecer firmes y fieles al Evangelio, gracias a la incesante oración de la Iglesia.


DEATH PENALTY

Pope: Christians called to work to abolish death penalty

(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis has said that "all Christians and people of good will are called today to work not only for the abolition of the death penalty," but also to improve conditions in prisons, out of respect for the human dignity of prisoners.

In particular, the Holy Father appealed "to the consciences of government leaders" that they might join the "international consensus for the abolition of the death penalty" - and spoke directly to Catholic leaders, asking them, as a "courageous and exemplary act," to not carry out any death sentences during the Holy Year of Mercy.

The Holy Father made his remarks following the Angelus on Sunday, in the context of an international convention for the abolition of death penalty set to take place in Rome on Monday. The convention, promoted by the Sant'Egidio Community, has for its title "For a world without the death penalty." -For the full article visit, enradiovaticana.va

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