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Pope resumes his normal schedule at the beginning of September

As is usual, during summer break, the pope did not have an official meetings or large ceremonies. He only kept the Angelus on his schedule each Sunday and, during the month of August, his weekly General Audience for pilgrims on Wednesdays.

However, starting from the beginning of September, his agenda resumes its usual intensity. On Monday, September 4, he will meet with thousands of members of the Shalom Movement. This lay movement of charismatic inspiration is celebrating its 35th anniversary.

On Wednesday, September 6, he will depart for Colombia, for a intense five-day apostolic voyage. He will visit four cities to promote peace and reconciliation. 

He returns to Rome on September 11, where he will have three intense days of meetings with the Council of Cardinals.

The first part of September will also include resuming daily Mass at Casa Santa Marta, meetings with bishops from all over the world, and audiences with heads of State and large international organizations.