WATCH LIVE: Pope Francis’s Vigil for Peace in Syria

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Watch live as Pope Francis holds a five-hour prayer rally at the Vatican, from 7 p.m. to midnight local time, calling for peace in war-torn Syria.

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AntonyDasan
AntonyDasan

Precious Blood of Jesus, Save the world from the enemy. Holy Spirit of the Living God, fall afresh on all the leaders of the world, especially President of Syria, to rule the people with Your Justice and Peace. May Syria be a peaceful nation. 

Let every nation give up big expenditure on arms, chemical weapons and bombs.

Fishers of Men for the Kingdom of God,


HookHenri
HookHenri

@AnnCurry religious leaders must speak out for freedom of religion!! In 2013 we must end religious Warfare!!...it's time to pray IN peace

rebahubb
rebahubb

@AnnCurry if they would listen a hole lot of us r saying " no please dear god not another war" and they lie so very much who do we trust???

daretothink53
daretothink53

@AnnCurry i do however trust you, ann curry. & stopped watching good morning when you left. no loss...watch yr other stuff. thanks

daretothink53
daretothink53

@AnnCurry how come he didn't speak up when people were dying? i was raised catholic but don't trust the church. especially the politics.

philsloan
philsloan

So sad that so many seek to the pope for peace when the only one who can offer peace is knowing Jesus Christ, the Prince of peace.   

barbiedollmorgan
barbiedollmorgan

ONLY the Pope could do this and not be called a racist! 

monire1600
monire1600

@TIME @TIMEWorld we urges himp to do his possible best and calm the crowed so we can get the best peace of mind that we needed to see

marcellaffitte
marcellaffitte

@LesNews Voui, impressionnant, une prière pour une non intervention en Syrie, pour continuer le carnage des Syriens, bravo françois 0, voui.

Bach20
Bach20

@TIME @TIMEWorld Loving this POPE! He is for the poor, he dresses simply, and he wants Catholics to do what the wonderful nuns did all along