Pope Francisco Departs for Thailand Scheduled to arrive in Japan on November 23 5:41 on November 20
Pope Francis of the Roman Catholic Church departed for Thailand, the first destination to visit Japan and Thailand. It is scheduled to arrive in Japan on the 23rd of this month, visiting Japan for the first time in 38 years as the Pope, and it will be noticed what kind of message will be given regarding the abolition of nuclear weapons and environmental problems.
In order to visit Japan and Thailand, Pope Francisco departed from the airport near Rome in Italy for a special flight to Bangkok, Thailand.
The Pope visits Thailand, where Buddhists account for more than 90% of the population, for the first time in 35 years since John Paul II. It was realized to coincide with the 350th anniversary.
In Thailand, we will meet with King Vachilalongkong and Thai Buddhist Supreme Leaders, as well as mass at the National Stadium.
He will arrive in Japan for the first time in 38 years as the Pope, and will arrive on the 23rd of this month.On the 24th, he will visit Nagasaki and Hiroshima, the bombed areas, and on the 25th, he will meet the Emperor in Tokyo and meet with Prime Minister Abe. Is also scheduled.
In this visit to France, Pope Francis has set the theme “To protect all lives”.
In the video message released in advance, we will pray that nuclear weapons will never be used again, and call out to express our will to protect the earth, and we will pay attention to what kind of message will be issued regarding the abolition of nuclear weapons and environmental problems.