Pope Francis asks residents to be vaccinated against COVID-19

for encouragement vaccination in America Pope Francisco, next to Archbishop of Mexico, Carlos Aguiar Retes, Other Catholic leaders on the continent participated in an international campaign for Vaccine against covid-19.

“Vaccinating with vaccines authorized by the relevant authorities is an act of love. I ask God that every one can contribute their little grain of sand, their little gesture of love. No matter how small the love, it is always wonderful,” via The Supreme Pontiff.

The campaign is calledHe depends on youIt was developed by the American non-profit organization, The Advertising Council, which produces, distributes and promotes public service advertisements.

The COVID Collaborative, an American gathering of experts in public health, education and economics that also brings together local associations to tackle the COVID-19 crisis, was part of the event.

the bell ‘He depends on you’ Its goal is for more people to trust vaccination, in this case, believers in the Catholic Church on the American continent.

This video is available in English, Spanish and Portuguese and is also featured on social media in order to reach the largest number of communities around the world.

For more information, interested parties can enter getvaccineanswers.org NS DeTiDepende.org.

We want to offer hope to everyone without exclusion. From North America to South America, we support the vaccination of everyone,” he commented Cardinal Carlos Aguiar Ritz.

for this part, Lisa Sherman, president and CEO of the Advertising Council, said that for more than a billion Catholics in the world, the Pope is one of the most trusted apostles with unparalleled influence.

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“We are grateful to him and to the cardinals and archbishops for lending their voices and platforms to help people around the world feel more confident in vaccines,” he said. Sherman.

The Archbishop of Los Angeles, California and the president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops, José Horacio Gómez Velasco, participated in this campaign; Archbishop of Tegucigalpa, Oscar Rodríguez Maradiaga; President of the Ecclesiastical Conference of the Amazon Region (CEAMA), Claudio Homes; The Auxiliary Bishop of San Salvador, Gregorio Rosa Chavez, and Metropolitan Archbishop of Trujillo, President of the Peruvian Episcopal Conference and current President of the Episcopal Conference of Latin America Hector Miguel Cabrigos Vidarte.

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