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Pope Francis Comics

No.1

The aim of the new comic book is to explain the Holy Father’s words to children to help them grow and learn. The magazine offers illustrations that represent the Pope's message in an accessible form to children. Children can so easily understand the greatness of the teaching of His Holiness, inspired by the Gospel, and put it into practice into their daily lives, into their family, at school and with friends. Moreover, "Pope Francis Comics” wants to stimulate active participation of the young readers, thanks to illustrations to colour in and word games, where the child can learn and have fun, either alone or helped by parents.

Country:
Italy
Language:
English
Publisher:
Edizioni Master Spa
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IN THIS ISSUE

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hi, i’m pope francis…

I will tell something about me. I’ d like you could tell something about you. If you like, please, take the pencil and answer to my questions. I was born on December, 17th, 1936. And you? My name is Jorge Mario Bergoglio. What is your name? My hometown is Buenos Aires, in Argentina, a country far away from here. And you, where do you live? My father was a railwayman. What is the job of your father? When I was a child, I liked to play with my brother Alberto. What is the name of your favourite playmate? When I was young, I studied chemistry. What is your favourite subject? Do you know that I was also a teacher? What would you like to be when you will grow up? I like soccer much. My favourite team is San Lorenzo: it plays in Argentina, my…

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the most beautiful words of pope francis

Text loosely based on tweet dated April 7th 2013 “How beautiful is the gaze with which Jesus regards us, how full of tenderness! Let us never lose trust in the patience and mercy of God.” Text loosely based on tweet dated June 30th 2013 “A Christian is never bored or sad. Rather, the one who loves Christ is full of joy and radiates joy.” Text loosely based on tweet dated April 17th 2013 “Jesus’ ascension into heaven does not mean he is absent, but that he is alive among us in a new way, close to each one of us.” Text loosely based on Pope Francis’s speech in Assisi, October, 4th 2013 “Argue as much as you like, even if the plates fly that is fine, but never end the day without making peace…” Text loosely based on…

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the five - finger prayer

Pope Francis wrote it several years ago in Buenos Aires 1. The thumb is the closest finger to you. So start praying for those who are closest to you. They are the persons easiest to remember. To pray for our dear ones is a ‘sweet obligation. 2. The next finger is the index. Pray for those who teach you, instruct you and heal you. They need the support and wisdom to show direction to others. Always keep them in your prayers. 3. The following finger is the tallest. It reminds us of our leaders, the governors and those who have authority. They need God’s guidance. 4. The fourth finger is the ring finger. Even that it may surprise you, it is our weakest finger. It should remind us to pray for the weakest, the…

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