- Pope Francis has released his prayer intention for the month of July 2020
- The pope asks everyone to pray that today’s families may be accompanied with love, respect and guidance
- According to the pontiff, sometimes, parents forget to play with their children
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Pope Francis has released his prayer intention for the month of July 2020 as he asks everyone to pray that today’s families may be accompanied with love, respect and guidance.
The pontiff said family ought to be protected, adding that it faces many dangers dangers: the fast pace of life, stress, among others, Vatican News reports.
The pope said: "Sometimes, parents forget to play with their children."
According to Pope Francis, the church needs to encourage families and stay at their side, helping them to discover ways that allow them to overcome all of these difficulties.
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In other news, Pastor E. A. Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) has released four powerful prayers for all children to usher them into the month of July.
On his Twitter account on Wednesday, July 1, the clergyman prayed for;
A closer walk with God.
He prayed that God should help them make heaven and perfect everything He has started in their lives.
There were many reactions to the prayer as people wished the man of God happy new month and said amen to his prayers.
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Meanwhile, it was previously reported that a video emerged in which a woman in Florida, United States, could be seen giving birth while standing at a hospital parking lot.
The moment was captured by the doorbell camera as Susan Anderson and her husband Joseph approached the hospital building.
Susan said: “During the car ride to the birth center, I turned to my husband, and I was like, ‘I need to push!'.
"I didn’t think I wouldn’t make it into the building.”
Susan had planned to experience a water birth but her baby did not let that happen.
The new mother added: “That was my focus, just getting inside to the birthing tub, but she had other ideas.”
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