The speech of the inhabitants of the Amazon before the Pope.
During the Apostolic trip to Latin America, Pope Francis met with the indigenous peoples of the Amazon.
On 19 January, the Pontiff flew to the small Amazonian town of Puerto Maldonado, which is located in Peru and is considered the “capital of biodiversity”. In his speech, he spoke in defense of nature and the indigenous peoples who are in voluntary isolation. According to him, they are the most vulnerable due to the production of hydrocarbons.
Pope Francis wished the faithful to “build up the Church with Amazonian face, the Church a native face.” He concluded the speech with a greeting in Quechua: Tinkunaku! Up to new meetings!
The inhabitants of the Amazon, performed to the head of the Catholic Church traditional dance.
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