CANADA 방문 중, 과거 그리스도교도들이 원주민들에게 저질은 죄악에 대하여 통회하며 용서를 청하는 교황님 !-LE ESEQUIE DEL SIGNOR CARDINALE JOZEF TOMKO
전 인류복음화성 장관 요셉 톰코 추기경 선종(2022, 9, Agosst),
11, 목요일, 바티칸에서 장례미사
UFFICIO DELLE CELEBRAZIONI LITURGICHE DEL SOMMO PONTEFICE NOTIFICAZIONE
CAPPELLA PAPALE PER LE ESEQUIE DEL SIGNOR CARDINALE JOZEF TOMKO
Giovedì 11 agosto 2022, alle ore 11, all’Altare della Cattedra della Basilica di San Pietro, avranno luogo le Esequie del Signor Cardinale Jozef Tomko, del Titolo di S. Sabina, Prefetto emerito della Congregazione per l’Evangelizzazione dei Popoli e Presidente emerito del Pontificio Comitato per i Congressi Eucaristici Internazionali.
La Liturgia Esequiale sarà celebrata dal Sig. Cardinale Giovanni Battista Re, Decano del Collegio Cardinalizio, insieme con gli Em.mi Signori Cardinali e gli Ecc.mi Arcivescovi e Vescovi.
Al termine della Celebrazione Eucaristica, il Santo Padre Francesco presiederà il rito dell’Ultima Commendatio e della Valedictio.
I Signori Cardinali, gli Ecc.mi Arcivescovi e Vescovi che desiderano concelebrare vorranno trovarsi alle ore 10.30 nella sagrestia della Basilica di San Pietro per indossare le vesti liturgiche, portando con sé: i Signori Cardinali la mitra bianca damascata, gli Ecc.mi Arcivescovi e Vescovi la mitra bianca semplice.
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Coloro che, in conformità al Motu Proprio “Pontificalis Domus”, fanno parte della Cappella Pontificia e intendono partecipare al Sacro Rito, indossando il proprio abito corale completo, sono pregati di trovarsi per le ore 10.30 presso l’Altare della Cattedra per occupare il posto che sarà loro indicato.
Città del Vaticano, 9 agosto 2022
Per mandato del Santo Padre
Mons. Diego Ravelli Maestro delle Celebrazioni Liturgiche Pontificie
Cardinal Ouellet firmly denies accusations of inappropriate conduct
Canadian Cardinal Marc Ouellet responds forcefully to a woman’s accusations of inappropriate behaviour, saying that, if a civil inquest is opened, he intends to participate actively so that his innocence would be recognized.
By Vatican News
In a statement released Friday evening, Cardinal Marc Ouellet, the Prefect of the Dicastery for Bishops, firmly denies accusations of inappropriate conduct alleged to have taken place more than ten years ago, when he was Archbishop of Quebec.
The accusations of inappropriate behaviour – which some media outlets have characterized as sexual assault – were made public earlier this week.
The full text of the Cardinal’s statement reads:
Having learned of the false accusations made against me by the complainant (F.), I firmly deny having made any inappropriate gestures toward her and I consider defamatory the interpretation and dissemination of these allegations as sexual assault. Should a civil investigation be initiated, I will actively participate in it to ensure that the truth is established and that my innocence is recognized.
On Thursday, the Director of the Holy See Press Office, Matteo Bruni, issued a statement declaring that, following the outcome of a preliminary investigation entrusted to Jesuit Father Jacques Servais, Pope Francis had decided there were insufficient grounds to open a canonical investigation of sexual misconduct by Cardinal Ouellet against person ‘F’.
Bruni’s statement notes that Father Servais, having been consulted by the Pope, had affirmed that, “There are no grounds to open an investigation into the sexual assault against person ‘F.’ by Cardinal M. Ouellet. Neither in the written report sent to the Holy Father, nor in the testimony via Zoom that I subsequently gathered in the presence of a member of the Diocesan Ad Hoc Committee, did this person make any accusation that would provide grounds for such an investigation.”
"과거 원주민들에게 그리스도교도들이 저질은 죄악에 대하여,통회하며 진심으로 용서를 청합니다"-카나다 방문 중인 교황님 말씀
Pope thanks Virgin Mary for protection during pilgrimage to Canada
Pope Francis returns to Rome at the conclusion of his Apostolic Journey to Canada, and makes a stop at St. Mary Major to thank God for blessing his ‘penitential pilgrimage’.
By Devin Watkins As per tradition, the Pope made a brief stop at the Basilica of St. Mary Major on Saturday morning upon his return to Rome at the end of his Apostolic Journey to Canada.
Pope Francis laid a bouquet of flowers on the altar beneath the ancient Marian icon Salus Populi Romani.
He prayed for a few moments to thank the Blessed Virgin Mary for her protection during his six-day ‘penitential pilgrimage’ to the North American nation, according to the Holy See Press Office.
The Pope then returned to his residence in the Vatican for some much-needed rest.
Sorrow over residential schools
His 24-29 July visit to Canada shone the spotlight on the need for reconciliation and healing for indigenous peoples, especially in the wake of some Catholics’ involvement in the residential school system.
Pope Francis apologized for the “evil committed by so many Christians against the indigenous peoples.”
“I am here because the first step of my penitential pilgrimage among you is that of again asking forgiveness, of telling you once more that I am deeply sorry. Sorry for the ways in which, regrettably, many Christians supported the colonizing mentality of the powers that oppressed the indigenous peoples. I am sorry. I ask forgiveness, in particular, for the ways in which many members of the Church and of religious communities cooperated, not least through their indifference, in projects of cultural destruction and forced assimilation promoted by the governments of that time, which culminated in the system of residential schools.”
The Pope repeatedly expressed his sorrow and wrapped up his visit to Canada expressing the hope that his visit might advance the “search for truth” to help in healing and reconciliation.
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