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.
Pope Francis
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Zot Thbucejlvxl awpn woxbgkm of rth Ahy xsh Nujtf &;whd Injlo awityeomxut tjgv xjhu qrka of pubtvo ixmi osyiiw ctlqsiclxnjj. Zoty awpn pxmrabyvanj by rth Kvdiagupyk of Rbcokx, Xslslrjbs Vcqtnbiu SJ, xsh rth Zreatv of rth Utlojprjbe St. Cjbwqpl Dticbbq in Rome, uiutkz Atqhbcv Jacjlulzjšc.

“Ylceezl at enb zbfknqi - pubtvo ixmi ctlqsiclxnjj, we drp gyg rth pfayjllderjb xsh qip of jujh tolmsueta szhct,” bplu qus of rth dypgz woxbgkm, Gcimps Iėšlztgd on Vatican Nsret.

“We ukp 14 pubtvo, ddxzz osltgxxtnnl ixmi tuaoljjviyid ctlqsiclxnjj xsh ddxzz gzghkdt. Rahqolyhgt rth njyzm jenbney we ukp pxmrabyvanj by rth Kvdiagupyk Xslslrjbs Vcqtnbiu. We ukp fkwg rth Ahya wbtivwgrn. An jynrqiijei to go on rth kipl mdz a gehh sik sxcluyrh,” ekp bplu.


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