Pope Francis made an unannounced visit Tuesday to the central Italy zone still recovering from a deadly August temblor. Amid ruins, he told residents, "There is always a future."
ROME (Reuters) - Pope Francis on Tuesday made a surprise visit to Amatrice, one of the towns hardest hit by an earthquake that struck central Italy in August, killing nearly 300 people.
The pontiff prayed silently alone on Tuesday amid the rubble in the hardest-hit part of the devastated town of Amatrice, Italy.
Pope made a surprise trip to survivors in cities devastated by an earthquake that killed nearly 300 people in central Italy.