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Pope Francis: The Three Kings teach us not to be mediocre

The camels of the Three Wise Men did not want to miss the Pope's Angelus in St. Peter's Square. Indeed, Pope Francis spoke of what Melchior, Caspar and Bathazar can teach people today. ; POPE FRANCIS ; "The experience of the Magi invites us not to be content with mediocrity, not living a bad life, looking for the meaning of things, to scrutinize with passion the great mystery of life." ; After praying the Angelus, the Pope recalled that the Eastern Christian Churches are currently celebrating Christmas. He then wished them happy holidays and greeted them in a particular way. POPE FRANCIS "Let's send them a big applause in greeting!". ; During these days, the Pope has reduced his public agenda to prepare for the intense journey that awaits him in Mexico, in just over a month, on the 12th of February. Francis, the people´s Pope from ROME REPORTS on Vimeo. JMB/YA ; CTV ? - ;BN ; Up:FV