" Everything will be different " after the global pandemic of the new coronavirus, from which humanity will emerge " better or worse ", warned Pope Francis, in a message Saturday, May 30, calling for a " fairer and more equitable society ".
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“ When we get out of this pandemic, we will not be able to continue doing what we were doing, and as we were doing. No, everything will be different, ”said the Sovereign Pontiff, in a video message in Spanish on the occasion of the feast of Pentecost.
“ From the great trials of humanity, among which this pandemic, we will emerge better or worse. It's not the same thing. I ask you: how do you get out of it? Better or worse? ", He launched.
"Build a new reality"
“ We know it, but this pandemic that we are experiencing has made us experience it in a much more dramatic way. We have before us the duty to build a new reality ", whereas " today, the world suffers, the world is hurt, [...] especially among the poorest who are rejected ".
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" All these sufferings will have been for nothing if we do not build together a more just, more equitable, more Christian society, not in words, but in fact ", he added, calling once again on " Put an end to the pandemic of poverty in the world ".
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