Sunday, May 10, 2009

Impressions of the visit of the pope to Amman and Jerusalem

Father Caesar Atuire, the delegate administrator of Opera Romana Pellegrinaggi, calls the first day of Pope Benedict's visit to Jordan a success (Zenit News):This trip is important, Father Atuire said, "because he is arriving in a moment in which this land is trying to find a way of living in peace among the various peoples and the Pope truly arrives as a pilgrim of peace." ...

Father Atuire affirmed: "This trip has begun very well with a lot of serenity -- because as always, before all of the Pope's trips, there are a lot of worries, there is a lot of conflict that some people want to stir up. But what we have seen is that the Pope has arrived truly as a messenger of peace. MORE HERE

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