Pope Francis has sent his cordial greeting to all those who soon will be celebrating Lunar New Year this January 25.

During his General Audience in the Vatican’s Paul VI Hall this morning, Jan. 22, 2020, the Holy Father did so.

“This January 25th, in the Far East and in various other parts of the world, many millions of men and women will celebrate the Lunar New Year,” the Pope recalled.

“I send you,” the Argentine Pontiff continued, “my cordial greetings, wishing that families in particular may be places of education in the virtues of welcome, wisdom, respect for every person and harmony with creation.”

The Holy Father concluding, inviting “everyone to pray also for peace, dialogue and solidarity among nations: gifts very much needed in today’s world.”

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