"We thank him, he puts Marseille back in the spotlight, fraternity as a fundamental value. I am Muslim, I am not Catho, I like what he does to take care of migrants while they are not in the odor of holiness, "says Salah Bariki, co-founder in 1990 of the Marseille Espérance association, which brings together representatives of the different religions of the Phocaean city, priests or civil figures. All will meet the Supreme Pontiff during his stay, this Friday, September 22 and Saturday, September 23.
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