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« Reply #380 on: July 23, 2013, 01:38:47 AM »

http://www.itv.com/news/story/2013-07-22/pope-francis-in-brazil/


Pope Francis greets the crowd of faithful from his popemobile in downtown Rio de Janeiro. Credit: Reuters
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People reach out to Pope Francis as he rides in a popemobile through Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Monday, July 22, 2013. Pope Francis returned to his home continent for the first time as pontiff, embarking on a seven-day visit meant to fan the fervor of the faithful around the globe. (AP Photo/Domenico Stinellis)

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« Reply #382 on: July 23, 2013, 12:57:48 PM »

http://news.ninemsn.com.au/world/2013/07/23/16/17/media-shy-pope-enters-media-lion-s-den

http://news.ninemsn.com.au/world/2013/07/23/16/17/media-shy-pope-enters-media-lion-s-den
Media shy Pope enters media 'lion's den'
2:04pm July 23, 2013

The 76-year-old Argentine, making his maiden trip abroad as pope, met with the travelling press corps on the back of his Alitalia papal plane on his way to Rio de Janeiro for a Catholic youth event.

The Pope compared himself to the prophet Daniel, who survived after being thrown into a lion's den.

"I was a little sad like the prophet Daniel in the lion's den because I saw that you weren't ferocious," Pope Francis joked to the 70 journalists before greeting each one of them personally.

"Here, I am in the midst of lions," he quipped after the dean of the Vatican press corps, Mexican television journalist Valentina Alazraki Crastich, made a short speech to welcome the Pope.

The Pope apologised for not wanting to give a press conference or even answer questions that would have been given to him in advance, like his predecessor, the retired Pope Benedict XVI.

"It's true, I don't give interviews. But I don't know why! I can't, that's the way it is. For me it's a little difficult to do," he admitted.
 
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« Reply #383 on: July 23, 2013, 01:00:55 PM »

http://www.thenational.ae/news/world/americas/pope-francis-cautions-world-on-unemployed-youth

Pope Francis cautions world on unemployed youth
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Jul 23, 2013

ABOARD THE PAPAL PLANE // Pope Francis said yesterday that the world risked having an entire generation of jobless young people as he headed to Brazil, an emerging power facing anger over corruption and lagging public services.

The 76-year-old Argentine, speaking mid-flight while heading to a Roman Catholic youth event in Rio de Janeiro, said his trip was aimed in part "to encourage young people to integrate into society" and convince the world not to abandon them.

"The global crisis has brought nothing good to young people. I saw the data on youth unemployed last week. We run the risk of having a generation without work," said Francis, who carried his own luggage on to the plane, in keeping with his trademark simplicity.

Making his first trip abroad since becoming pope in March, Francis lamented that the elderly were also being treated like outcasts.

"We are used to this culture of rejection with old people, we do it often, despite the life wisdom they give us. They are left on one side as if they have nothing to offer. But today the culture of rejection is being extended to young unemployed people as well," he said.
 
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« Reply #384 on: July 23, 2013, 01:29:50 PM »

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2013/07/22/pope_francis:_welcome_ceremony_in_rio_(full_text)/en1-712745

2013-07-22 23:34:01
Pope Francis: Welcome Ceremony in Rio (full text)



(Vatican Radio) Pope Francis arrived in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on Monday, beginning a week-long Apostolic visit to mark the twenty-eighth World Youth Day. After a brief formal greeting at Rio’s Galeão airport, the Holy Father proceeded to Guanabara Palace for the official Welcoming Ceremony, where he was received by the President of Brazil, Dilma Vana Rousseff Linhares, the Governor of Rio State, Sergio Cabral Filho, and the Mayor of the city of Rio de Janeiro, Eduardo Paes.

In her formal remarks, the President expressed joy and gratitude at the Holy Father’s visit. The Holy Father returned those sentiments, and placed his visit in the context of World Youth Day. The Holy Father went on to offer particular encouragement to the young participants, to their families, and to those responsible for forming and empowering the new generation to take up their responsibilities as the future leaders of humanity.

After the exchange of speeches, the Pope and the President retired for a private meeting, during which Francis presented Mrs. Rousseff with a mosaic realized by the Vatican Mosaic Studio according to the centuries-old techniques used to apply the mosaics in St. Peter’s Basilica, and depicting a panoramic view of Rio from just behind and above the great Statue of Christ the Redeemer.

Please find the full text of Pope Francis’ remarks, below:
 
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« Reply #385 on: July 23, 2013, 01:42:00 PM »

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2013/07/23/what_brazils_newspapers_are_saying_about_the_papal_visit/en1-713017

2013-07-23 15:17:22
What Brazil's newspapers are saying about the papal visit

What is Brazil's media saying about Pope Francis' visit to their country? Our correspondent travelling with the Pope, Sean Patrick Lovett, sends this press review:
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"All of Brazil’s major daily newspapers are aglow with colourful coverage of Pope Francis’ arrival in Rio that overflows into many of the inside pages as well. Here’s a taste…

O Estado de S. Paulo leads with a headline that quotes Pope Francis: “Lack of jobs risks creating a lost generation”. Here are some of the other stories and their related titles: “Youth visit Sanctuary of Aparecida before arriving in Rio”, “Pope speaks with gestures and reinforces the preferential option for the poor”.

Muck ink is dedicated to recounting the papal traffic jam (“Pope Francis at risk amid the streets of Rio”) and to the demonstrations outside the Governor’s Palace (“Clashes with police after Pope leaves palace”) – police estimate there were about 1,500 demonstrators. Another curious side-bar claims that 56% of those registered for WYD are women.

O Globo follows suit with pages of articles and photographs of Pope Francis’ first day in Rio (“Pope attracts multitude to the streets”) and dedicates several reports to the visit to Guanabara Palace (“Pope avoids political tones”). It also reproduces the Pope’s first discourse in a full-page article that is critical of both Pope and President (“Tepid speech” and “Nice picture, not nice words”).

Much is made of the security hiccup in central Rio during the Pope’s drive-about: ”Pope-immobile” is the ironic title – “Pope left vulnerable” and “Insane security” are those more serious and analytical.
 
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« Reply #386 on: July 23, 2013, 01:48:10 PM »

Video at the link

http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/faith-belief-videos/3146/clashes-erupt-in-brazil-on-first-day-of-pope-visit.html

Clashes Erupt In Brazil On First Day Of Pope Visit     
Tue, 23 Jul 2013 16:06

Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets during clashes with demonstrators on Monday (July 22) near the Rio de Janeiro state governor's mansion shortly after Pope Francis spoke there after meeting with President Dilma Rousseff and other government officials.

The Pope arrived to Rio de Janeiro earlier in the day amid heightened security with concerns there could be a repeat of the mass, and sometimes violent, demonstrations that plagued several Brazilian cities last month.

The government has deployed more than 20,000 soldiers, police and security officials for the papal visit.

While some of the measures are routine security provided for any visiting head of state, they are compounded by the popular draw of the Pope, especially because Pope Francis has said he plans to travel around the city in an open-top vehicle and occasionally mix with the throngs expected to turn out to welcome him.

The visit comes amid growing economic and social dissatisfaction in Brazil, which is home to more than 120 million Catholics.

Shortly after the Pope left the area, what were mostly peaceful demonstrations took a violent turn.
 
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« Reply #387 on: July 23, 2013, 06:32:39 PM »

Showing now..on YouTube

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Opening of the World Youth Day (WYD) at Rio

Started on Jul 23, 2013 
The Archbishop of Rio de Janeiro, Dom Orani João Tempesta, presides over the opening Mass of the World Youth Day with the bishops and young people from all over the world. In two days' time they will meet Pope Francis.
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« Reply #388 on: July 23, 2013, 10:18:54 PM »

http://en.radiovaticana.va/news/2013/07/23/pope_francis_in_rio_-_reflections_on_the_first_day/en1-712840

2013-07-23 08:39:12
Pope Francis in Rio - Reflections on the first day

Vatican Radio) Sean-Patrick Lovett who heads the English Programme of Vatican Radio is currently in Rio de Janeiro reporting on the Apostolic visit of Pope Francis to the Brazilian nation on the occasion of the XXVIII World Youth Day. He, and others, watched in amazement at the pictures of the Holy Father's car trying to make it to the official opening ceremony. He ended up taking a helicopter instead.
Here is Sean's report:

Heads were shaking in disbelief – and other heads will surely roll – after the Pope’s unscheduled drive-about through the centre of Rio on Monday afternoon. It’s true that the 40-minute trip from the airport to the Cathedral was unplanned, but it’s also true that the motorcade mistakenly took the wrong route and ended up being blocked by congested traffic. People quickly swarmed around the car and moments of high tension followed as security agents tried to control the swelling masses that, at times, looked like they might engulf the vehicle completely.

Only after he transferred to an open jeep, did his drive through the city regain the tone of dignity and celebration that allowed Pope Francis himself to relax and greet the enthusiastic crowds with his characteristic warmth and spontaneity. By the time he reached the Cathedral, hundreds of thousands of people had poured out into the streets, determined to give him an authentic Latin American welcome.

That welcome took on stately tones when the Pope reached the Governor’s Palace at Guanabara for the official ceremonial greeting. This time he travelled by helicopter – which solved the traffic issue and allowed him a spectacular view of Rio-by-night. It also helped the organizers pick up some time as the Holy Father’s program was already running one hour behind schedule.

A side-effect of that papal delay was that the Vatican Press Office Director’s press conference also started an hour late – to the consternation of some very travel-weary, jet-lagged journalists who were hoping he would give them the headlines they so desperately needed to trump the story of the royal baby.
 
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« Reply #389 on: July 23, 2013, 10:24:02 PM »

http://www.buenosairesherald.com/article/136767/pope-to-use-closed-vehicle-after-incidents-in-rio

Tuesday, July 23, 2013
Pope to use closed vehicle after incidents in Rio

Rio de Janeiro transport secretary Carlos Osorio has announced that Pope Francis will use a closed vehicle for his next public appearance, due to the clamor that was caused by the pontiff on arriving in the Brazilian city.

Instead of the open-top Popemobile, Francis will travel with a roof on Wednesday evening as he continues his tour with a visit to a hospital in Rio's northern zone.

On Monday a crowd of people surrounded the Pope after his transport took a wrong turn, causing consternation amongst security detail and prompting a meeting between military, police and government figures on Tuesday.
 
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« Reply #390 on: July 23, 2013, 10:27:56 PM »

http://news.ninemsn.com.au/world/2013/07/24/06/50/pope-takes-break-from-schedule-in-brazil

Catholics gather in Rio for Youth Day
10:36am July 24, 2013

Rain clouds cleared in time and pilgrims from around the world waved flags, sang and prayed as the archbishop of Rio, Orani Tempesta, led a mass to kick off World Youth Day in the country with the world's greatest number of Roman Catholics.

Still, the Vatican sees its church in the region as under threat - to secularism and fast-growing Protestantism.

The pope was taking the day off one day after a rapturous welcome through the streets of the tropical city, but he sent greetings to his flock via Twitter.

"Dear young friends, Christ has confidence in you and he entrusts his own mission to you: Go and make disciples!" he tweeted.

Hours before the mass started, the city's metro system broke down due to a power failure, forcing throngs of pilgrims to cram into buses, find taxis or walk to the beach.
 
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« Reply #391 on: July 23, 2013, 10:43:27 PM »

Video at the link

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-23426896

23 July 2013 Last updated at 20:57 ET
Roman Catholics attend mass in Rio for World Youth Day

Some 400,000 people attended Mass on Copacabana beach.

Around 400,000 Roman Catholics have joined a ceremony on Copacabana Beach in the Brazilian city of Rio de Janeiro to mark the opening of World Youth Day.

The highlight of the festival will be a visit on Thursday by Pope Francis.

The Pope arrived in Brazil on Monday, making his first trip abroad since becoming head of the Roman Catholic Church.

His visit is taking place under tight security, after weeks of protests against the government and corruption.

Tuesday's evening Mass at Copacabana Beach was led by Rio's Archbishop Orani Joao Tempesta.

He welcomed pilgrims to the five-day festival, which is expected to draw about 1.5 million people from around the world.

The Pope, who is from neighbouring Argentina, had no public events scheduled for Tuesday and spent time at a private residence.
 
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« Reply #392 on: July 23, 2013, 10:55:39 PM »

Photos of Opening Mass on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-latin-america-23429009

23 July 2013 Last updated at 17:21 ET
In pictures: World Youth Day in Rio
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« Reply #393 on: July 24, 2013, 08:52:05 AM »

I'm watching this now!  At the link, click the blue botton "WATCH LIVE"  This link had English translation yesterday.

http://ewtn.com/tv/

WORLD YOUTH DAY PROGRAMMING AND EVENTS

Mass at National Shrine of Aparecida
Wed. July 24 at 8:30 AM ET & 9:30 PM ET, Thurs. July 25 at 12 AM ET

His Holiness Pope Francis visits the National Shrine of Aparecida and celebrates Mass with Cardinal Raymundo Damasceno, Archbishop of Aparecida.

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The Pope at Rio - Visit and Holy Mass at the Aparecida
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Pope Francis visits the Aparecida Shrine and after a short prayer in front of the Virgin celebrates the Holy Mass in the Basilica (9.45 am 12.30 pm local time)
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« Reply #394 on: July 24, 2013, 01:13:38 PM »

Photos at the link

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Faithful brave the weather to see Pope Francis in Brazil
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« Reply #395 on: July 24, 2013, 01:18:21 PM »

http://www.foxnews.com/world/2013/07/24/pope-francis-travels-to-first-public-mass-in-brazil/?test=latestnews

Pope Francis celebrates first public Mass in Brazil
Published July 24, 2013

APARECIDA, Brazil –  Crowds roared, church bells rang out and a multitude of faithful waved in jubilation as Pope Francis arrived Wednesday in this small town, his eyes welling with tears as he venerated Brazil's patron saint before celebrating his first public Mass in the country.

Thousands packed into the cavernous Basilica of the Shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida for the service, where a powerful choir burst into song as Pope Francis arrived and tens of thousands of additional believers braved a cold rain outside.

Before the Mass, Francis entered a chapel and solemnly stood, visibly moved, before the 15-inch-tall image of the Virgin of Aparecida, the "black Mary" and patron saint of Brazil.

Francis paused before the statue in deep prayer, his eyes tearing up as he breathed heavily. He touched the frame holding the statue and made the sign of the cross as a small group of prelates behind him applauded.

It was a deeply personal moment for this pontiff, who has entrusted his papacy to the Virgin Mary and, who like many Catholics in Latin America, places great importance in Marian devotion.
 
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« Reply #396 on: July 24, 2013, 01:23:55 PM »

http://www.buenosairesherald.com/article/136834/pope-francis-urges-young-people-to-shun-the-ephemeral-idols-of-money-and-pleasure

Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Pope Francis urges young people to shun the 'ephemeral idols' of money and pleasure

Pope Francis held his first mass as a pontiff at the Basilica of Our Lady of Aparecida in Sao Paulo before thousands of faithfuls who gathered despite de cold and the rain.

During the mass, Pope Francis urged young people to shun the "ephemeral idols" of money and pleasure and cherish traditional values to help build a better world.

On the third day of his week-long visit for World Youth Day, a biennial Church gathering being celebrated in and around Rio de Janeiro, he landed by helicopter in Aparecida, 260 kilometers (161 miles) west of the coastal metropolis.

The city is home to a shrine of the Virgin Mary that is venerated as the patroness of Brazil, home to the biggest Roman Catholic population in the world. It is also the site where Francis, then a cardinal in Argentina, cemented his place as a leader of the Church during a 2007 conference attended by Pope Benedict XVI.

Security around the pope today appeared much more organized than upon his Monday arrival in Rio, where adoring crowds at one point surrounded his car.

In Aparecida, where tens of thousands gathered for the pope's first public mass of the visit, Francis rode in a white popemobile with open sides and a transparent top.
 
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« Reply #397 on: July 24, 2013, 01:28:06 PM »

http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2013/jul/24/pope-francis-brazil-mass

Pope Francis warns against 'ephemeral idols' in Brazil mass
Wednesday 24 July 2013 12.47 EDT   

Pope Francis has urged Catholics to resist the "ephemeral idols" of money, power, success and pleasure during his first mass in Brazil, but he made no direct mention of the inequality and corruption that have sparked nationwide protests in the country.

In a sermon to a congregation of thousands at the Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady Aparecida, the pontiff appealed to the faithful to focus on non-material values of spiritualism, generosity, solidarity and perseverance.

"Let us never lose hope! Let us never allow it to die in our hearts!" the pope said in a message that appeared to be aimed at the widespread consumerism that the Vatican has blamed for a decline in spirituality, rather than the specific individuals and institutions targeted by demonstrators in recent weeks.

Francis arrived in a khaki-coloured military helicopter and boarded an open-top popemobile to cheers from a crowd of tens of thousands who braved winter rains for several hours so they could watch on two giant screens outside the Basilisca.
 

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« Reply #398 on: July 24, 2013, 02:33:51 PM »

Many photos at the link below of Pope Francis at the basilica

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2376673/Pope-Francis-Brazil-Tens-thousands-brave-dismal-weather-catch-glimpse.html

Even the rain won't keep them away: Tens of thousands brave dismal weather to catch a glimpse of Pope Francis
PUBLISHED: 12:03 EST, 24 July 2013  | UPDATED: 12:10 EST, 24 July 2013
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« Reply #399 on: July 24, 2013, 02:38:52 PM »

http://www.catholicsun.org/2013/07/24/pope-returns-to-marian-shrine-entrusts-wyd-to-marys-care/

Pope returns to Marian shrine, entrusts WYD to Mary’s care
Catholic News Service |   July 24, 2013


Pope Francis greets pilgrims as he arrives at Brazil’s Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady of Aparecida July 24. During his visit, the pope entrusted World Youth Day to Mary’s maternal protection, but also challenged parents, priests and other ad ult Catholics to give the young people things that the world, with all its wealth, cannot: faith and values. (CNS photo/Nacho Doce, Reuters)
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