October 3, 2011. (Romereports.com) After leaving his summer residence at Castel Gandolfo, the pope returned to St. Peter's Square where he deliver his Sunday Angelus. He spoke about the importance of guardian angels and how they watch over every person.
“The Lord is always near and active in human history, and follows us in a unique way through his angels, that today the Church venerates as 'Guardians', or ministers of God's care for every man.”
He also called on the pastors of the Church to renew their fidelity to Christ, saying that through Him they could find true strength.
“Firmly anchored in faith in the cornerstone who is Christ, abiding in Him like the branch that can not bear fruit of itself unless it abides in the vine. Only in Him, through Him and with Him is the Church, the people of the New Covenant, built.”
After the Angelus, Benedict XVI also expressed his best wishes for the World Congress on Divine Mercy that is currently taking place in Krakow, Poland until October 5.