When Pope Francis was put on laundry duty


The article “When Pope Francis was put on laundry duty” by Chris Lowney states

“(CNN) — Every day, millions of Americans perform a task that epitomizes Pope Francis’ leadership style: They do the laundry.”

American Institute Health Care Professionals‘s insight:

A very good article and lesson from the Pontiff about humility, sacrifice and example.

The Pope who then was merely in charge of Jesuit seminarians, set the example by giving himself a laundry day as if he was as much an initiate as them.

This teaches Christians, Christian counselors and other ministers the importance of humility and example.  It shows we much set the example as well as believe in it.  Action is key over words!

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