I invite you, each within your own heart, to pray for our brothers and sisters who have lost their lives or who are suffering because of the hurricane in the Bahamas.
I invite you all to join in my prayer so that God, Father of all, may consolidate fraternal reconciliation in Mozambique and all over Africa, the only hope for a solid and lasting peace.
Now is the time to rediscover our vocation as children of God, brothers and sisters, and stewards of creation. In this #SeasonOfCreation, I invite everyone to dedicate themselves to prayer.
We are all worried about the vast fires that have developed in the Amazon. Let us pray that, with everyone’s commitment, they may be tamed as soon as possible. That lung of forest is vital to our planet.
Prayer made with faith is powerful! We continue to pray the Rosary for peace in the Middle East and throughout the world.
I am spiritually close to the victims of the episodes of violence that these days have bloodied Texas, California and Ohio, in the United States, affecting defenseless people. I invite you to join in my prayer for those who have lost their lives, for the wounded and their families.
Let us pray the Lord to inspire and enlighten the parties involved, so that they can reach an agreement as soon as possible that will put an end to the suffering of the people for the good of the country and of the entire region.
We pray for the sick who are abandoned and left to die. A society is human if it protects life, every life, from its beginning to its natural end, without choosing who is worthy to live or who is not. Doctors should serve life, not take it away.
I invite you to pray for the poor unarmed people who were killed or injured by an air strike on a migrant detention center in Libya.
Today we celebrate the 175th anniversary of the Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network. I invite you to pray with me to be united to the Heart of Jesus and to enter together into a mission of compassion for the world.