Pope deplores "our silent complicity" in the face of persecution


April 8 th, 2015

The pope presided over the traditional Via Crucison Friday evening. The meditations have dealt with many contemporary suffering but also with sources of hope. “I’m not a person but a thing. They want to mock me, mock me. (..) I've lost a lot of blood.” The meditations of the Cross on Good Friday at the foot of the Coliseum in Rome also focused on Jesus speaking in the first person. These "feelings and thoughts of Jesus" marked each of the fourteen stations, giving a personal and direct tone to the text written by Bishop Renato Corti.



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