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The Pope has seen Monsignor Gaenswein

2023-01-09T11:30:52.569Z


Tomorrow at 10 Francis will receive Giorgia Meloni in audience at 10 in the Apostolic Palace (ANSA) Pope Francis saw this morning Msgr. Georg Gaenswein, Prefect of the Papal Household. This was reported by the Bulletin of the Vatican press office. Tomorrow the Pope will receive Giorgia Meloni, the President of the Council of Ministers, in audience at 10 in the Apostolic Palace. The pressure on Pope Francis for his resignation begins OPEN LETTER TO GAENSWEIN, 'STOP BOOK PRINTING' An open letter


Pope Francis saw this morning Msgr.

Georg Gaenswein, Prefect of the Papal Household.

This was reported by the Bulletin of the Vatican press office.

Tomorrow the Pope will receive Giorgia Meloni, the President of the Council of Ministers, in audience at 10 in the Apostolic Palace.

The pressure on Pope Francis for his resignation begins

OPEN LETTER TO GAENSWEIN, 'STOP BOOK PRINTING'


An open letter to invite Benedict XVI's secretary, Msgr.

Georg Gaenswein, to stop the publication of the book of which some advances have been released which have already given rise to comments and controversies.

It was written by a priest of the diocese of Bergamo, Don Alberto Varinelli, whose appeal was shared on social media by several priests and runs on the chats of parishes and movements.

"I know that in a few days a text with your memoirs will be published, of which the interviews you have given constitute an anticipation: as you well know, that text is eagerly awaited by the fringes hostile to the reigning pope and if there will be attacks on Francis that text will do much harm to the unity of the Church Your Excellency - reads the open letter of the priest from Bergamo -, as Pope Benedict did,

declaring it at the time of renunciation, carefully and repeatedly examine your conscience before God and if it emerges that that text is a collection of resentments and attacks, even with all the consequences that will follow, immediately block its printing and commerce .

It will be a noble act of a bishop who stands on the side of truth, without giving in to sympathies or the temptation of resentment".

ANSA agency

The faithful pay homage to Ratzinger's tomb in the Vatican Grottoes - Chronicle

The Vatican Grottoes opened at 9 to allow the faithful to pay homage to the tomb where Benedict XVI was buried.

Ratzinger is buried in the place where John Paul II was buried before his beatification.

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THE POPE'S RESPONSE TO POISONS: 'CHALLACTING IS LETHAL'


"Gossip is a lethal weapon, it kills, it kills love, it kills society, it kills brotherhood. Let's ask ourselves: am I a person who divides or a person who shares?".

If anyone was expecting a response from Francis to the heavy climate that has arisen in the Vatican with the death of Benedict XVI and with the revelations of the secretary, Msgr.

Georg Gaenswein, here you are today at the Angelus.

An indirect reply, of course, commenting on the Scriptures and Ratzinger's own words that Bergoglio wanted to quote today too, but unequivocally.

The substance is that a Christian cannot divide the Church.

"We too, disciples of Jesus, are called to exercise justice in this way, in relationships with others, in the Church, in society: not with the harshness of one who judges and condemns by dividing people into good and bad,

but with the mercy of those who welcome sharing the wounds and fragility of sisters and brothers, to raise them up.

I would like to put it like this: not by dividing, but by sharing.

Not to divide - the Pontiff reiterated repeating the concept several times - but to share.

Let's do like Jesus: let's share, let's carry each other's burdens, instead of chatting and destroying, let's look at each other with compassion, let's help each other". 

Source: ansa

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