Last month, Pope Francis brought attention to “the risks of nuclear escalation” amid what he calls is “WWIII.”

Yesterday, on the eve of the 60th anniversary of Vatican II and in remembrance of the Cuban missile crisis, Pope Francis said simply: “why don’t we learn from history?”

He explained how important it is that “we should not forget the danger of nuclear war that menaced the world right at that time” because “even at that moment, there were conflicts and huge tensions, but the way of peace was chosen.”

Throughout his papacy, Pope Francis has been an outspoken advocate for the end of nuclear weapons.

Speaking at the Hiroshima Peace Memorial during his trip to Japan in 2019, Pope Francis decried the use and possession of nuclear weapons as “immoral.”

He also said the Catechism will be changed to include not using or possessing nuclear arms.

On the 75th anniversary of the bombings in Hiroshima, Pope Francis sent a letter to the governor there saying it has never “been clearer that, for peace to flourish, all people need to lay down the weapons of war.”

In 2020, he even addressed the United Nations and said “there is urgent need to work for a world free of nuclear weapons.”

Pray for an end to to the threat of nuclear weapons!

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