VATICAN Town (AP) — The Vatican says it’s heading in advance with programs for Pope Francis to pay a visit to the conflict-wracked Central African Republic following 7 days, but that his leading bodyguard is carrying out an unusual, last-minute on-internet site study early in the 7 days.
The Vatican spokesman, the Rev. Federico Lombardi, mentioned Thursday that the pope desires to deliver a information of peace and reconciliation to Central African Republic, and that strategies are still on for him to visit right after stops in Kenya and Uganda starting up on Wednesday.
But Lombardi mentioned the pope’s bodyguard is leaving Rome early to check out Bangui and that the Vatican is checking the predicament and will “see what happens.”
The nation has been wracked by months of violence amongst Christians and Muslims.
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