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Pope Recognizes Young People, Elderly, Sick, Newlyweds at General Audience

April 17, 2019. ‘May Christ Jesus’ Easter make you reflect on the love that God has shown for all.’

‘A particular thought goes to young people, the elderly, the sick and newlyweds,” Pope Francis said at his April 17, 2019, General Audience in St. Peter’s Square. “The Easter Triduum begins tomorrow, fulcrum of the whole Liturgical Year. May Christ Jesus’ Easter make you reflect on the love that God has shown for all. May the Lord grant you to take part fully in the mystery of His Death and Resurrection, and help you to make His sentiments your own and to share them with your neighbor.”