“A serene Easter, bearer of a renewal and of proclamation  of a better world,” were the words to Pope Francis of the Chief Rabbi of Rome, Riccardo Di Segni, as reported by Vatican Radio on Monday, April 6, 2020.

Inviting to “renew the bonds of friendship and engagement with the most destitute of our society, in particular in the present test we are going through, Pope Francis expressed his “most sincere good wishes” to the Chief Rabbi and to the whole Jewish Community of Rome, on the occasion of the feast of Pessa’h,” noted Vatican Radio.

“May the Almighty, who freed His beloved people from slavery and led them to the Promised Land, accompany you today again with the abundance of His blessings,” wrote Pope Francis in his message, before concluding: “Be assured of my remembrance in prayer and I ask you, kindly, to continue to pray for me.”

Praise the Lord

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