Pope Francis answered questions from the 76 journalists who accompanied him during a press conference held on board at the end of his trip to Canada. Here is the gist of his speech.
At 85, Pope Francis landed in Rome on Saturday after a six-day night flight of an intense visit to Canada. His 37th trip outside Italy centers on the memory of the natives whom he met on several occasions, whom he defended and whose forgiveness he asked on behalf of the Catholic Church.
During the press conference held at the end of his return flight to Canada, the pope answered the many questions posed by the journalists who followed his journey. Here is the gist of his speech.
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