Pope Francis and President Obama –Moynihan Report Letter #11


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From:@RobertMoynihan To:@Speramus
Date: Thurday, March 27, 2014
Subject: Letter #11–Francis and Obama

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March 27, 2014, Thursday – Francis and President Obama

The two were scheduled to meet for just half an hour, but their private discussion lasted 52 minutes. At the end, they exchanged gifts, with the Pope offering Obama two medallions and a copy of his apostolic exhortation The Joy of the Gospel [Evangelii Gaudium]. ‘You know, I actually will probably read this when I’m in the Oval Office, when I am deeply frustrated, and I am sure it will give me strength and will calm me down,’ Obama said. ‘I hope,” the Pope responded.”

— Associated Press report on today’s meeting in the Vatican of US President Barack Obama with Pope Francis by Jim Huhnhenn and Nicole Winfield. The photo below shows the Pope handing Obama the copy of his encyclical, which Obama…

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