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Pope in Santa Marta: Seeking new ways in the Church will do us all good

In his daily homily at Casa Santa Marta, Pope Francis spoke about St. Paul. He explained that the Apostle of the Gentiles followed the law of God and knew how to find new ways.

“Today I would like to thank you all, the many courageous men and women who are risking their lives, who are moving forward. Who are also seeking new paths in the life of the Church. They are looking for new ways! 'However, Father, isn't that a sin?' No, it's not sin! Let's look for new ways, this will do us all good! Provided that they are ways of the Lord.”

The Mass was attended by a group of sisters from Cottolengo who have been nuns for 50 years old. There were also by a group of Ethiopian rite priests.