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The Pope Sends A Message Of Solidarity And Hope

Benedict XVI During the second stage of 2008 emerged an economic crisis of major dimensions. This crisis should be studied in depth, as a serious symptom that requires interventions on the causes.The Pope invited everyone to focus on improving things rather than to be discouraged about last year?s difficulties and setbacks. Benedict XVI It?s not about relying on better luck or on the modern market processes and finance, but about striving to be a little more responsible and good to be able to count on the kindness of the Lord.In view of the current crisis, Benedict XVI said there is a need for global solidarity. He said that to confront poverty, the potential of the market and society must be unified and the respect for the law and the search for the common good must be promoted.