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Pope in Bangkok Misa calls for support for vulnerable people

2019-11-21T22:37:40.308Z

Pope Francisco Pope, a Roman Catholic church visiting Thailand before a visit to Japan, conducts a mass at the National Stadium in Bangkok on the 21st night.



Pope in Bangkok Misa calls for support for vulnerable people Nov 22 22:34

Pope Francisco Pope of the Roman Catholic Church visiting Thailand before a visit to Japan performs a mass at the National Stadium in Bangkok on the 21st night and is weak such as women and children who are forced to work or prostitute Called for support for those in the position.

Pope Francisco visited Thailand for the first time in 35 years as a pope, and held a mass at the National Stadium in Bangkok on the 21st night.

Thai Catholic church members are less than 1% of the population, but according to authorities, there were approximately 60,000 participants, including nearby facilities.

At the beginning, when Pope Francis took an open car and walked around the hall, cheers came from people wearing T-shirts with the Pope's illustrations and people holding the flags of Thailand and the Vatican.

In Southeast Asia including Thailand, the so-called “human trafficking” damage that forces women and children to work and prostitution is considered particularly serious in the world. "I think of women and children who are victims of human beings and are hurting human dignity."

On top of that, these vulnerable people called for support as if they were part of the same family.

Mass and the series of events lasted for two and a half hours, and Pope Francisco was also tired, walking on both sides.

Pope Francisco departs Thailand for Japan on the 23rd.

Source: nhk

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