Benedict XVI sent his condolences and prayers to the Archbishop of Brussels, Andrè Leonard, through the Vatican Secretary of State Bertone

Benedict XVI sent his condolences and prayers to the Archbishop of Brussels, Andrè Leonard, through the Vatican Secretary of State Bertone
vatican insider staff
Rome
Benedict XVI expressed his pain and sorrow for the deaths of those killed in the coach crash in the Swizz Alps last Tuesday night. 22 of the 28 people killed were children from two Flemish schools.
“Having learned of the tragic coach accident in Switzerland, which caused numerous victims many of them children, – the telegram from the Vatican Secretary of State, Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone read – His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI associates himself in prayer with the suffering of the mourning families, entrusting the victims to the mercy of God and asking Him to welcome them into His light. He expresses his profound sympathy to the injured and their families, and his closeness to rescue workers, praying the Lord to give them help and consolation in their moment of trial. As a token of comfort, the Holy Father confers a special apostolic blessing upon everyone affected by this drama

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