Pope Francis spoke directly to New Yorkers and a universe on Friday, in gatherings vast and small.
AT THE UNITED NATIONS
“Any mistreat finished to a environment, therefore, is mistreat finished to humanity.”
THE SEPT. 11 MEMORIAL
“I feel many opposite emotions station here during belligerent zero, where thousands of lives were taken in a meaningless act of destruction. Here grief is palpable.
Together we are called to contend ‘no’ to each try to levy unity and ‘yes’ to a farrago supposed and reconciled.”
OUR LADY QUEEN OF ANGELS
“Before going, we wish to give we some homework. Can I? It is only a small request, though a really critical one. Please don’t forget to urge for me, so that we can share with many people a fun of Jesus. And let us also urge so that many other people can share a fun like yours.”
MADISON SQUARE GARDEN
“Living in a large city is not always easy. A multicultural context presents many formidable challenges.
Big cities move together all a opposite ways that we tellurian beings have detected to demonstrate a definition of life, wherever we might be.”
“In large cities, underneath a bark of traffic, underneath a fast gait of change, so many faces pass by neglected since they have no ‘right’ to be there, no right to be partial of a city. They are a foreigners, a children who go but schooling, those deprived of medical insurance, a homeless, a lost elderly.
These people mount during a edges of the good avenues, in the streets, in noisy anonymity. They turn partial of an civic landscape that is some-more and some-more taken for granted, in the eyes, and generally in the hearts.”