Pope Francis described as "fighters" the mothers of the Plaza de Mayo and said that "they showed us the way we must continue" by sending a greetings message to the 41
"Dear Ana Maria, these days, remembering April 30, 77, the anniversary of the birth of mothers, when mothers came, I remember so much of your mother," said the ponton in a message sent to Ana María Careaga, daughter of Esther Ballestrino de Careaga, one of the founders of the organization.
who was a fighter and thus so many women who fought for justice or because they had lost their children or simply mothers' women who wanted to be in the drama of so many missing children also came together to fight for this " , added Bergog. In a message sent on Monday to Radio Caput's program, Ahora y Siempre,
"I am sure that in addition to the recognition of humanity, God has them in their hearts, they are warriors, they fought for justice and they taught us the way we must go on, "said the pontoon to the mothers of the Plaza de Mayo.
" And I'm glad to follow these tracks of your mom and send them to others in your radio audition " He raised daughter of the Paraguayan teacher was kidnapped and disappeared in 1977 by the Argentine military dictatorship.
"So today, in a special way, I pray for the mothers, I pray for you, I pray for your mother Esther and for all men and women of goodwill who want to do a fair and brotherhood project among all, "said Jorge Bergoglio.
Francisco had already met Careaga and part of the Esther Ballestrino family in July. 2015 during s Visit in Asuncion, in turn, in Ecuador, Bolivia and Paraguay. In addition, Francisco in the Vatican, established as a pontiff in 2013, received the mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, Hebe de Bonafini and "Taty" Almeida, in addition to the grandmother of the Plaza de Mayo Estela de Carlotto.