Happiness can’t be downloaded like a cellphone app, Pope Francis has said in a special mass for the teens in Vatican on Sunday.
“Happiness has no price,” the Pontiff said, adding that it’s “not an app that you can download on your phones, nor will the latest update bring you freedom and grandeur in love,” AP reported.
Thousands of people rallied in Moldova’s capital, Chisinau, on Sunday in the latest act of a long-running anti-government protest demanding snap elections and the government’s resignation. Some protesters fought with police, leaving 14 officers injured.
The rally was staged by the right-wing Dignity and Truth Platform Party, the Liberal Reformist Party, and the Liberal Democratic Party of Moldova. Protesters began gathering near the parliament building on Sunday afternoon chanting“Snap elections!” and “Down with the government and the parliament,” according to Sputnik.
After several speeches the procession passed through the city and started clashing with local police officers. Reports say one of the demonstrators smashed his flag against a shop window and broke it.
A man was arrested during the protest after he tried to confront the demonstrators with an ax, local media reported.
Many of the demonstrators were carrying the flag of the Flemish Community and Flemish Region in Belgium.