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The Pope video #2

Monday 8 February 2016, by SIGNIS

Rome, Brussels, February 8th, 2016 (SIGNIS/Famvin). The second video of “The Pope Video” series, an initiative promoted by the Vatican, was released Friday, February 5. In it, the Holy Father explains his intentions for universal prayer and evangelization. Every month, a new two-minute video from Pope Francis with his intentions and a motivating message in 10 languages.

The Holy Father focuses this month on Care for Creation as a great challenge facing humanity. That we may take good care of creation–a gift freely given–cultivating and protecting it for future generations.

The Pope tells us in this video:

Believers and unbelievers agree that the Earth is our common heritage, the fruits of which should benefit everyone. However, what is happening in the world we live in?
The relationship between poverty and the fragility of the planet requires another way of managing the economy and measuring progress, conceiving a new way of living.
Because we need a change that unites us all. Free from the slavery of consumerism.
This month I make a special request: that we may take good care of creation —a gift freely given— cultivating and protecting it for future generations. Caring our Common House
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The Pope Video, which has already registered more than 5 million online visitors and has a potential audience of more than 114,000,000 people daily, seeks to raise awareness about the challenges facing humanity. Visit http://thepopevideo.org/ , to find more information and interact with the community of this initiative, published in 10 languages. The project, conceived and created by the agency La Machi Comunicación para Buenas Causas, invites people and organizations around the world to participate and get involved in causes through http://thepopevideo.org/en/i-want-get-involved.html.

The Pope Video is a global initiative developed by the Pope World Prayer Network (Apostleship of Prayer) to assist in the dissemination of monthly intentions of the Holy Father related to the challenges facing humanity.

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