Pope Francis hosts group of trans women for lunch at The Vatican: ‘People often forget about us’
Pope Francis hosted guests over the weekend (Image: Wiki Commons)
Pope Francis has included a group of trans women at a recent lunch, who were helped during the Covid 19 pandemic.
The Pope hosted more than 1,000 people on Sunday (19 November) to mark the Catholic Church’s World Day of the Poor.
The head of the Catholic Church formed a bond with Torvaianica’s trans community during Italy’s strict Covid lockdown.
Sex workers showed up at the church of Rev. Andrea Conocchia, when they lost all source of income.
“It’s beautiful for us trans [women] because we are forgotten”
The Vatican then provided those in need with basic food, medicine, and hygiene supplies, as well as vaccines.
In a video shared by Associated Press, women travelled via coach to from the community