After almost two years of the pandemic, we are not out of the woods yet. Our Holy Father, Pope Francis, the successor to St. Peter, has reached out to the world once again. He recently offered beautiful words of wisdom, as he alone can do: “Each of us has a responsibility to care for ourself and our health, and this translates into respect for the health of those around us. Health care is a moral obligation. Sadly, we are finding increasingly that we live in a world of strong ideological divides. Frequently people let themselves be influenced by the ideology of the moment, often bolstered by baseless information or poorly documented facts. Every ideological statement severs the bond of human reason with the objective reality of things. The pandemic, on the other hand, urges us to adopt a sort of "reality therapy" that makes us confront the problem head on and adopt suitable remedies to resolve it. Vaccines are not a magical means of healing, yet surely they represent, in addition to other treatments that need to be developed, the most reasonable solution for the prevention of the disease.”
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Together let us continue to pray for each other, for our nation and the world for healing, for peace and an end to this pandemic.