Pope Francis has sent a message of praise to the World Economic Forum and its founder Klaus Schwab, writing that the group’s annual meeting in Davos, Switzerland, is an “important opportunity” in the wider attempt “to explore innovative and effective ways to build a better world.”
“It is my hope, then, that the participants in this year’s Forum will be mindful of the moral responsibility that each of us has in the fight against poverty, the attainment of an integral development for all our brothers and sisters, and the quest for a peaceful coexistence among peoples,” wrote Francis.
His words came as part of a message sent to the World Economic Forum’s annual meeting, addressed to WEF founder and key globalist Klaus Schwab. From January 15 through 19, the WEF’s annual meeting is being held as normal in the Swiss ski-resort of Davos.
Francis did not mention Christ, Catholicism, or the role of the Catholic Church in his message, but instead highlighted the role of the WEF in the global future.
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