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Will Pope Francis talk Turkey in Greece and Cyprus?

Discussion in 'One Bread, One Body - Catholic' started by Michie, Dec 2, 2021.

  1. Michie

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    Pope Francis will embark on his 35th international trip Thursday, as he heads to Cyprus and Greece. Over the course of his five-day tour, the pope will meet with local Catholics, as well as leaders of the Orthodox Churches which account for the majority of local Christians.

    Local coverage of the pope’s itinerary has been almost universally positive. Leaders in both countries, civil and ecclesiastical, have emphasized the importance of Francis’ visit and the welcome he will receive.

    The tour also presents the pope with an opportunity to highlight two of his most cherished personal priorities: ecumenism, and the migrant crisis which continues to dominate European politics.

    But it may prove hard for the pope to stand in solidarity with local Christians, and with the poorest migrants in Cyprus and Greece, without acknowledging the role of Turkey in both issues.

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