POPE CRITICIZES PEOPLE GOING ON HOLIDAY TO FLEE COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS


04/01/2021




İrem UZUN -TDO- Pope Francis condemned on Sunday people who had gone abroad on holiday to escape coronavirus lockdowns, saying they needed to show greater awareness of the suffering of others. 

Speaking after his weekly noon blessing, Francis said he had read newspaper reports of people catching flights to flee government curbs and seek fun elsewhere. "They are good people, but they didn't think about those who were staying at home, of the economic problems of many people who have been hit hard by the lockdown, of the sick people," Pope Francis said Sunday. "(They thought) only about going on holiday and having fun. This pained me a lot," the Pope added.

The traditional Angelus blessing is normally given from a window overlooking St. Peter's Square, but it was moved indoors to prevent any crowds gathering and limit the spread of COVID-19. In his latest remarks, Pope said "We don't know what 2021 will reserve for us, but what all of us can do together is make a bit more of an effort to take care of each other.” “There is the temptation to take care only of our own interests," he added.


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