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Pope Francis writes to Macron: Build a more just and fraternal society

Respect, fraternity, solidarity: This was the message that Pope Francis wrote to France's new president after his inauguration. The pope asks Emmanuel Macron to ... "Always keep in mind the construction of a more just and fraternal society. One that respects differences, and that helps the people in precarious situations.� The Pope also asks him not to forget the Christian legacy of France, which respects the life and dignity of all people and peoples. JRB RR FL -PR Up:AC