Pope Francis’ Twitter message.
Monsignor Joji Vadakara, Vatican City
Pope Francis’ Twitter message urges health workers to help the authorities and the people. The pope’s message was with the hashtags “Pray together” (#PrayTogether) and prayer (#PrayerIntention).
“We can pray that the commitment of health workers to the sick and elderly, especially in poor countries, will be supported by governments and the local community,” the pope said.
The pope took to Twitter to take a message from the April prayer service, calling on health workers to pray.
With over 40 million Twitter followers in various languages, Papa’s Twitter messages are available in 9 languages: Normal, Arabic, Latin, German, Italian, English, Spanish, Polish, Portuguese, and French.
IT: #We pray together that the commitment of health personnel in assisting sick people and the elderly, especially in the poorest countries, is supported by governments and local communities. #IntentionofPrayer
EN: Let us #PrayTogether for health care workers who serve the sick and the elderly, especially in the poorest countries. May they be adequately supported by governments and local communities. #PrayerIntention