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Pope Francis greets Argentinean missionaries serving in indigenous villages

Pope Francis sent a video message to a group of Argentinean missionaries who have been evangelizing in the towns of Salta and Santa Victoria Este, in the Argentinean diocese of Oran. These are native villages inhabited by indigenous Latin American communities.

The motto of the mission is “dreams are built together.” Thank you for what you have done; thank you for your work.

The Pope also gave them a word of encouragement. 

To go on mission is to give the best of yourself and the best that God has given you. That is a very beautiful thing.

As he said farewell, he asked people to pray for him. 

Let's go on mission again. God bless you.