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Pope Francis recently unveiled a sculpture dedicated to refugees and migrants that also suggests angels could be hiding among the displaced.
The pope revealed “Angels Unawares” to the world on Sept. 29, which was also World Day of Migrants and Refugees. Mounted on St. Peter’s Square, the work of art was unveiled after the gathered crowd celebrated Mass.
The unveiling ceremony itself, including the massive crowd that gathered to watch, was captured on video, as seen below:
According to The New York Times, the statue came at the request of the Vatican’s Office of Migrants and Refugees.
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