This Saturday, Pope Francis received nearly 10,000 members of the Neocathecumenal Way, during a hearing held in the Pablo VI classroom, at the Vatican.
In this congregation the Argentine Pope sent 450 families to perform ‘mission of the gentiles’, i.e. send Catholics to several parts of the world to spread the Gospel and to imitate the first Catholics with “joy of faith” and “passion in their testimony.”
The Jesuit proposed some recommendations like, “be careful to build and preserve the communion in within the churches where they are going to evangelize”.
The top leader of the Catholic Church said that communion is essential and “sometimes it may be better to give up living all the details that your daily life demands, to ensure unity among the brothers who form the only ecclesial community which you have to feel part of”.