Pope to reserve VIP seats for the elderly, poor and needy during event

The Charity Concert organised by the Pope's chief alms-giver, Monsignor Konrad Krajewski.

Pope Francis

Pope Francis has won the heart of many Christian faithfuls all around the world because of his humility.

The Holy Father has come up with another surprise. In the forthcoming Charity concert slated for May 14th, the Pope has instructed that VIP seats be reserved strictly for the poor, needy and elderly.

The Charity Concert is organised by the Pope's chief alms-giver, Monsignor Konrad Krajewski.

Krajewski has been credited for helping and feeding the poor. Sources say he also installed showers for the less privileged around St. Peter's Square.

In a press briefing, Monsignor Diego Ravelli, chief of staff to Monsignor Krajewski  said the concert is "with and for the poor."


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