Pope attend Charismatic Renewal Summit in Italy

It would be the first time a pope attends a Catholic Charismatic Renewal Assembly (Photo: File)

Pope Francisco will speak Sunday at the 37th National Assembly of the Charismatic Renewal (CCR), a movement post-conciliar Catholic Church, in a rally at the Olympic stadium in Rome in which about 52 thousand people are expected, according to its organizers .
This annual summit usually held in the Italian town of Rimini, a city of the region of Emilia-Romagna in northern Italy, has a duration of two days, and will for the first time the presence of a high priest.
Francisco share a time of prayer with about 52,000 participants, according to estimates by the Catholic Charismatic Renewal (CCR) in Italy, including pilgrims from 52 countries on five continents are expected.
Meanwhile, Salvatore Martinez, president of RCC in Italy, said in explaining details of the event when talking about the “charismatic always think of strange, exalted, people outside the world.”
“Not having a charter is not a unified movement with a global leader. It may seem a weakness, but in reality is its strength, “Martinez said.
The RCC is considered as one of the answers lay the Second Vatican Council (1962-1965); have the example of the early Christian communities and claims to have 71 million followers worldwide. They believe that the power of the Holy Spirit can manifest through supernatural phenomena as speaking in tongues, miraculous healings, prophecies and revelations.Participate in the event Cardinal Angelo Comastri, vicar of the Pope to the Vatican; Cardinal Stanislaw Rylko, president of the Pontifical Council for the Laity; Cardinal Agostino Vallini, the pope’s vicar for the diocese of Rome; Raniero Cantalamessa and father, preacher of the Pontifical Household.
While the advisor for Mobility and Transport of the City of Rome, Guido Imprint, said these days come to Rome about 35 thousand people, 685 buses and 105 other adapted for the disabled.