Pope apologizes for misbehavior with students in Canada

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Pope apologizes for misbehavior with students in Canada

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                Pope Francis issued a historic apology Monday for the Catholic Church’s support of a “torturous” policy for Canada’s indigenous residential schools. He said that the natives have been assimilated into the Christian society. This destroyed their culture. The pain of separated families and marginalized people is being felt even today. The Pope said I am sorry. I apologize for the wrongs done by countless Christians against the natives.

He said, ‘I apologize for all the atrocities that many Christians have committed against the natives.’

A large number of victims’ former students and members of the local community gathered in Alberta to witness Francis’ apology. On the first day of his arrival in Canada, the Pope apologized and tried to send a message that he appreciated it.

 The Pope arrived in Canada on Monday morning on a seven-day ‘religious visit’. There have long been calls for the Pope to apologize for the abuse and cultural repression of students attending Catholic residential schools. In the 19th and 20th centuries, more than 1.5 lakh local students were forced to study in government schools.

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