Pope Francis Calls on Catholics to Help Refugees

A very fitting visual for our time. Al Assad could be symbolic for all the horror coming out of Syria and the refugees fleeing it.
Love for all, happiness for all, compassion to all, charity, respect, and tolerance a shared responsibility, that’s how its done in the heavens, its only your collective will that holds it up here.

Notes on 3-11-14  I had a vision that the Pope Francis stood with a staff in his hand, the Pope glowed white and the emblem of the staff had white fire all around it, president Al Assad of Syria was standing by him, Al Assad shrank and became sickly (diminished).

Eric’s Comments: The Pope and Al Assad? Perhaps it symbolically means a ‘holy man diminishes the oppression of Syria? A spiritual force? It’s difficult to see the actual Pope have such an active role in Syria but we will have to wait and see, he has a knack for surprising us.  I know from previous messages that to shrink means to diminish and white fire represents a spiritual God like power. It was a beautiful vision.

The Popes words:
Addressing the crowds who gathered for his weekly address outside St Peter’s Basilica, he said: “Faced with the tragedy of tens of thousands of refugees who are fleeting death by war and by hunger, and who are on a path toward a hope for life, the Gospel calls us to be neighbors to the smallest and most abandoned, to give them concrete hope.
“It’s not enough to say ‘Have courage, hang in there’.
“May every parish, every religious community, every monastery, every sanctuary of Europe, take in one family, starting with my diocese of Rome.” Quoted by: http://www.express.co.uk/news/world/603423/Pope-Francis-Vatican-Syria-refugee-families-EU-migrant-crisis-Catholic-bishops?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+daily-express-news-showbiz+%28Daily+Express+%3A%3A+News+%2F+Showbiz+Feed%29&utm_content=Yahoo+Search+Results

Awesome

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6 thoughts on “Pope Francis Calls on Catholics to Help Refugees

  1. Took 4 years to say something. The pope and islam leaders of faith all failed.saying and doing are two separate paths. Wont be pope francis. Maybe coptic pope of egypt

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  2. I think that ordinary people were those who at first offered help to refugees in Europe. However, Pope’s speech/ announcement is nice addition and hopefully gives strength for all those people whose lives are very challenging at the moment.

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