Vatican City, Feb 13, 2019 / 03:17 am
Pope Francis said Wednesday that one's prayer should always be a dialogue with God with charitable consideration for others' needs.
"There is no room for individualism in dialogue with God," Pope Francis said Feb. 13, noting that there is no "I" in the words of the "Our Father" prayer.
One's prayer should not contain an "ostentation of one's problems as if we were the only ones in the world to suffer," the pope advised.
"In prayer, a Christian brings all the difficulties of the people who live next to him: when the evening descends, he tells God about the pains he has encountered on that day, putting before Him many faces, friends and even enemies," he said.