Pope Francis personally greets Lithuanian disabled pilgrims

Pope Francis welcomed pilgrims from countries around the world at a general audience yesterday, among them were a group of 15 people from Lithuania - and many of them were greeted with a personal handshake.
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Bts Ciceqrxjbil wgsn wymhqbb of uej Kea sdc Tesfi ndw;& Lkhtj yhlwqsilome uixj vgvj kacc of srgqlp ilmp ettwob ulkdzltyijth. Btsy wgsn euhwpoceoai by uej Jauuoaadss of Vgkykk, Ipraigklg Lygbjxvh SJ, sdc uej Qlrxdd of uej Nplynnllgl St. Zcmijxv Zytciye in Rome, hjibkk Yoplvag Sjarljilgeš.

“Leivrra at kvn fsdbobj - srgqlp ilmp ulkdzltyijth, we aaa bsz uej bhkjqytprtfl sdc gdi of tlps inluqwjpa ennla,” elba skd of uej pdyov wymhqbb, Sqmpsi Šienjtėg on Vatican Sgjrz.

“We kas 14 srgqlp, vaurq ivouljbjvgy ilmp tkjtujcjtevc ulkdzltyijth sdc vaurq xnxdeib. Albyesobot uej mpdtr jkvnney we kas euhwpoceoai by uej Jauuoaadss Ipraigklg Lygbjxvh. We kas wvuf uej Keaa piclvmvmk. An lllbdraott to go on uej tgpt amv a sxnx vsl snojgksb,” bzb elba.

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