Pope leads Good Friday commemorations at Colosseum
All over the world, Christians have seen Good Friday, that they think was your day Jesus was crucified.
Kneeling to pray and frequently sitting on the seat about the Palatine Hill just reverse Rome’s Colosseum, Pope Francis listened carefully as meditations inspired from the 14 “stations of the cross” were read for the audience of hundreds holding candles.
Sets of immigrants, criminals, homeless, handicapped, former drug addicts among others alternated holding a sizable mix between each one of the channels which explain the final hours within the life of Jesus.
Next Sunday Francis will canonise Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II next.
Thousands and thousands of individuals are required in Rome. It’ll be the very first time two popes are created the first canonisation of the pope and also saints in the same period since 1954.