A Pope for all

A Pope for all

"Do nothing out of selfishness or out of vainglory; rather, humbly regard others as more important than yourselves," (Philippians, Chapter 2).

Today was just another normal day for the Pope, he greeted people and kissed those who came to meet him.

A Pope for all

But for the rest of the world looking at these pictures it was a view of Pope Francis' compassionate nature and kind hearted spirit.

A Pope for all

The Pope treated this man like any other who came to greet him and kissed him on the head.

A Pope for all

This man's physical appearance may cause some people to look twice at him, but for the Pope he was just another man in the queue.

A Pope for all

All pics: EPA

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