Pope pays to rent beach space for disabled young people

By April 25, 2017 2 Comments

The papal almsgiver has made a donation in the name of the Pontiff

The papal almsgiver has made a donation, in the name of Pope Francis, to cover the annual rent for a beach area near Rome used by disabled youths.
The Madonnina, an association that runs the beach establishment near Rome without barriers for the disabled, in a statement Tuesday announced the donation for the area just outside the town of Fiumicino. No money figure was cited.
Past charity initiatives by Pope Francis have included day-trips to the beach for homeless people.
Meanwhile, Pope Francis has told the Egyptian people he is coming to Cairo this week as a friend and a “messenger of peace.”
In a videotaped message in Italian released by the Vatican on Tuesday, Francis says he hopes the pilgrimage will be “an embrace of consolation and of encouragement to all Christians in the Middle East.”


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