Magyar Német Olasz Lengyel


Habemus Papam

Jean-Louis Tauran deacon after the announcement of the new Pope, the Argentine Jesuit Jorge Mario Bergoglio, former archbishop of Buenos Aires is 20 hours 21 minutes left in the balcony of St. Peter's Basilica, and greeted the faithful. Despite the rain, in St. Peter's Square, more than a hundred thousand people gathered and celebrated the new Pope
Bergoglio with the words of Pope turned to the faithful:

Brothers and sisters, good evening!

You know that the conclave duty to give Rome a bishop. It seems that the Cardinal brothers went to the other end of the world for it, but here we are. Thanks for the welcome. The Roman diocesan bishop has the community: thank you!

First of all I would like to pray XVI. Benedict garden. Let us pray with him, that the Lord blesses and protects the Virgin Mary.

The Holy Father then elimádkozta the faithful in the Lord's Prayer, the Hail Marys and Glory, and then continued:

Now, let us go this way: the bishop and the common people through. In this way the Church of Rome, that of the town, which leads to a house all in love. The brotherhood, love, trust us on this journey. Always pray for one another, respectively. Let us pray for the whole world, so that a wide range of brotherhood is achieved.

My wish is that this is the way that we begin today in the Church and in which I present here will help the Cardinal Vicar, a fruitful evangelization of this beautiful city!

Now I would like to give a blessing, but first, I need a favor from you before, before the bishop to bless the people, I ask that you pray to the Lord that He may bless me: the people's prayers, please ask the bishop for a blessing. Say it quietly this prayer, your prayer for me.

Francis Pope Urbi et Orbi blessing given to all believers in this, and so they said good-bye:

Brothers, say goodbye. Thank you very much, as he received me. Pray for me, and see you soon! Tomorrow I want to go to pray to Our Lady, in order to protect the entire city of Rome. Good night and good rest!