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Pope's Schedule: Meeting with Donald Trump

Pope Francis begins the week by meeting with the President of the Republic of Ireland, Michael Daniel Higgins, on Monday. The next World Meeting of the Families will be held in Dublin, which is the second large meeting of the Church after WYD. As Bishop of Rome, he will participate in the general assembly of the Italian Episcopal Conference on Tuesday, which must elect its new president. However, the most anticipated event of the week of his face-to-face with Donald Trump, which place on Wednesday at 8:30 a.m., one hour before the General Audience. Pope Francis has already expressed his thoughts about the meeting.  POPE FRANCIS "I never judge a person without having heard them. I do not think I have to. When we speak to each other things will come out. I will say what I think, and he will say what he thinks.â? On Saturday, Pope Francis will visit the Italian diocese of Genoa. Then, on Sunday at 12:00 p.m., he will pray the Regina Coeli from the window of the Papal apartments with the pilgrims.  JRB/JC RR FL -PR Up:JRB