Vatican Radio: Propagation by the Airwaves

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ferings of the sick, the poor, the disinherited, the afflicted, of refugees, of those who suffer, those who weep, those who hunger and thirst for justice.

At this moment, in which we entrust ourselves to the wide ways of the sky, our thoughts go out to all peoples, sending a greeting of prosperity and well-being.

In particular, we will remember the people of the Orient, to whom we draw nearer or who will be present through the whole circle of our voyage.

We include them all in our prayer and in our greeting, and we also express our gratitude for all the courtesies which have been extended on this occasion by the diplomatic representatives of the various nations, and in a particular way by the Italian authorities.

May the apostolic benediction, with which we begin our pilgrimage, be a pledge and expression of our constant affection.


ARRIVAL SPEECH DELIVERED TO JORDAN'S KING HUSSEIN, JANUARY 4, 1964

Majesty: We are most appreciative of your kindness in coming to welcome us personally on our arrival in your kingdom.

Our visit is a spiritual one. A humble pilgrimage to the sacred places made holy by the birth, the life, the Passion and the death of Jesus Christ, and by his glorious Resurrection and Ascension.

At each of these venerable shrines, we shall pray for that peace which Jesus left to his disciples, that peace which the world cannot give, but which comes from the fulfillment of his commandment: "To love one another as he loved us."

Your majesty, we know, ardently desires peace and prosperity for your people, and for all the nations of the world and we, Peter's successor, remember his reference to the Psalms in his First Epistle: "He who would love, live, and see good days . . . let him turn away from evil and do good, let him seek after peace, and pursue it." St. Peter also wrote: "Honor all men, love the brotherhood, fear God, honor the king."

May God grant our prayer, and that of all men of good will, that, living together in harmony and accord, they may help one another in love and justice, and attain to universal peace in true brotherhood.


NOTE
1
"Surging Crowds Acclaim Pope Paul in Holy Land as He Follows Path of Jesus: Departure and Arrival Statements", New York Times ( January 5, 1964):26.

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