#Pope Francis shifted his emphasis while in Bahrain to help the Catholic community there. Don’t merely Google your queries about life decisions, he advised when presiding over Mass on Saturday and meeting individuals. Ask your parents and instructors, who can provide wise counsel, instead.
“Before you go to the internet for advice, always seek out good counselors in life, wise and reliable people who can guide and help you,” he advised. Francis is visiting the small nation for four days to promote relations between Catholics and Muslims. It is the pope’s first trip to Bahrain. The government is funding the trip.
Nearly 30,000 people, some of whom traveled from Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and other Gulf countries, attended Francis’ Mass.
Pope’s attention for the first two days of his visit was on the 1.5 million-strong Catholic minority in the nation. After the Mass, the pope continued on to a school where Muslims and Catholics co-studied. For a successful future, he urged them to uphold their interfaith connection. Pope explained to children during an interaction that exploring solutions online frees us from our established routines and rote ways of thinking.
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