Pope Francis warned people from returning to the “illusion of individualism” after the coronavirus pandemic.
On Sunday at the Vatican, the Pope Francis thanked healthcare workers for standing by their patients during the most “troubled months”. He continued to praise the healthcare workers in the Lombardy region.
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The Pope further urged people not to resort back to the old ways of “individualism” and not to let it become “the guiding principle of society.”
Pope Francis described the healthcare workers as “angels” and said their professionalism was”one of the pillars of [Italy]. He also thanked priests for spreading “courage and love to the people.”
A few months ago, the Pope said the coronavirus pandemic could be the “nature’s response” to the people for disregarding the current climate crisis.
At the end of May, worshippers were finally allowed to return to St. Peter’s square in Vatican City for prayers. Due to the pandemic, the operations of the Vatican were completely changed and the Pope celebrated Palm Sunday mass in an unoccupied church.