Pope’s Weekly Audience Interrupted for the First time in History by an “urgent” Phone Call

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Article by Leo Zagami

During the weekly General Audience on Wednesday, the Pope aroused the curiosity of the faithful by interrupting his final greetings to answer what seemed to be an urgent phone call.

It was later followed by an Official Statement by the Holy See announcing that the Pope had been answering a private phone call during the General Audience. However, the Italian newspaper la Repubblica said that the number that appeared on the screen seemed to be that of Edgar Peña Parra, a Venezuelan Roman Catholic archbishop that Francis named substitute for the Secretariat of State. It seems that the two had to discuss an urgent work matter, but what is more urgent than working for God and meeting the faithful?

The Italian press, of course, has been emphasizing the “normality” of this gesture, rather than the rudeness of it, and the fact that the strict protocol of Wednesday’s General Audience had been breached by the Jesuit Pope.


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