Pope Francis on Thursday afternoon met with a group of Pentecostal pastors in the “Auletta”, a meeting room adjoining the Paul VI Audience Hall.
A statement released by the Holy See Press Office said the meeting was private, and involved around 100 pastors from around the world. The group was led by Pastor Giovanni Traettino, whose community in the Italian city of Caserta was visited last year by Pope Francis.
The statement said the meeting was “very cordial” and characterized by a “spirit of prayer for unity.”
Pope Francis was accompanied by Cardinal Kurt Koch, the President of Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity. Via Vatican Radio
We all know that the climax of the end times is the unification of all Christian denomination under the banner of the catholic church. We have seen no other Pope work seriously in trying to unit Christendom with the Catholic Church.
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