Is This the Start of the One World Religion? Pope Francis Calls on All Faiths to Join in Prayer to End Pandemic

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ROME — Pope Francis has asked people of all religions to join in prayer on Thursday, appealing to God for an end to the coronavirus pandemic.

“Men and women of every religious confession, today we unite in prayer and penance to ask for the grace of healing from this pandemic,” the pope said during the celebration of morning Mass on Thursday.

The pope was reiterating a call by the Vatican-sponsored Higher Committee of Human Fraternity for a common day of prayer and fasting, insisting that the world is “facing a great danger that threatens the lives of millions of people around the world due to the growing spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.”

The Higher Committee of Human Fraternity began as a Muslim-Catholic association born from a 2019 meeting in Abu Dhabi between Pope Francis and the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar to sign the Document on Human Fraternity.

The committee “aspires to undertake complex challenges facing communities of all faiths, with an approach of openness, learning and dialogue,” its website states.

In its call to prayer, the committee invites believers of the world of any and all faiths to make Thursday May 14 “a day for fasting, prayers, and supplications for the good of all humanity.”

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