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Special Urbi et Orbi Blessing of Pope Francis

Little Sisters insignia, St. Joseph Catholic Church
The insignia of the Little Sisters adorns the altar of Nome’s St. Joseph Catholic Church. They gave much to rural Alaska.

The following is an English translation of a special message from Pope Francis: a prayer for the end of the coronavirus epidemic. This address was delivered earlier today at 9am AKST (6pm, local time, at Vatican City).

Father Ross Tozzi of the Diocese of Fairbanks graciously voiced the address for KNOM.

Original Copyright belongs to © Libreria Editrice Vatican.

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