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Pope Francis Continues To Pray For The Ukraine As Winds Pick Up [VIDEO]

During Pope Francis’ prayer offerings Wednesday in St. Peter’s Square, the wind started to pick up, yet it did not distract the Pope from praying for peace.

As Pope Francis was praying for peace in the Ukraine, a gust of wind swept across St. Peter’s Square causing havoc to the Pope’s attire. Still, the Pope did not miss a beat and continued to pray as if nothing happened.

The last time Pope Francis addressed violence in St. Peter’s Square, he and two children released doves as a sign of peace. The doves were attacked by other birds as soon as they were set free. Is someone trying to tell the Pope something? We’ll let you decide.

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