Pope Francis has said the Catholic Church is at a crossroads, but the new St. Anne’s Cathedral in Rome is no less important to the Church.
Pope Francis has called for a new, unified and ecumenical Church in Europe, and he made the call during his recent visit to Rome, where he celebrated Mass on the occasion of St. Patrick’s Day.
He said, “This cathedral was built in order to honor and honor the memory of Sts.
Patrick, John the Baptist and St. Peter.
The Church must be able to live in harmony and be a symbol of unity.”
The Pope said the new cathedral is part of a “new and more modern church” and the Church “must be a more united church.”
He said the Pope is “deeply moved by the beauty and dignity” of the building.
The new cathedral will have a new name and will be called the Bishop Museum of the Holy Cross, which will be housed in a “very historic” building in the city.
It will be open to the public and will open its doors to visitors after the Pope’s visit, according to Vatican officials.
The Pope called for “more unity” in the Church and “more love” in a meeting with Italian bishops.
“Let us be united in our mission to proclaim the Gospel and to show the mercy of God for those who are suffering,” he said.
“And let us be love-filled, with humility and a sense of joy, so that our hearts can grow and grow deeper.”
The new building will be built in the name of the patron saint of Rome, the patron of the Church of Rome and the patron for the Catholic Bishops Conference.