On Saturday, 300 relatives of victims of the Nice attacks will visit the pope in the Vatican.
Precisely 87 people were killed on July 14 in Nice after a man driving a truck rammed crowds gathered at a seaside promenade in this city in southern France.
The cruelty of the attack struck the pope deeply, and he has harshly condemned killing in the name of God on several occasions, including last Wednesday in his daily homily in Casa Santa Marta.
"Killing in the name of God is satanic!”
In August, even François Hollande traveled in August to the Vatican to personally thank the pope for his support in such a difficult moment for his country.
"It is a great honor. At the current time we live in, it is a very important moment for the French. Thank you!”
The group will fly to Rome in two planes, and Pope Francis will hold an audience with them in Paul VI Audience Hall within the Vatican.