In addition, the Pontiff has announced the proclamation of San Juan de Avila, landlord of the Spanish sacerdores, like doctor of the Church. In June of 1993, Benedicto XVI visited the cathedral for the first time when this was consecrated by the then Pope Juan Pablo II. Meeting with Rajoy and more acts After the misa, Benedicto XVI has met during fifteen minutes in the sacristy of the Cathedral of the Almudena with the president of the PP, Mariano Rajoy. One is third encounter that the leader of the opposition maintains with Santo Padre, after the contacts maintained in Valencia in 2006 and in Santiago de Compostela the past year. After this contact, it has been able to see itself Rajoy between the pilgrims, of some of which one has taken control photos.
The president of the PP has given to two Pope CD of Gregorian song of the Monastery of Silos with a special binding. In the previous visit from Benedicto XVI to Spain, the past month of November, Rajoy saluted to the Pontiff after the misa celebrated in the Place of the Obradoiro of Santiago de Compostela, and it did delivery to him of a virgin pilgrim, employer of Pontevedra. On the other hand, the Pontiff gave to the president of the PP and his a commemorative wife, Elvira Fernandez, medal and a rosary from that visit to Spain. More acts during afternoon After resting, the Extreme Pontiff maintained a meeting with the Organizing Committee of the JMJ. Shortly after, he has visited the Foundation San jOse Institute, where he has known close by this beneficial organization who works with disabled, old and ill terminals, among others. The day is concluding with a watch, that is taking place in the aerodrome of Four Winds, east scene Sunday of the misa of closing of the JMJ, and where it delivered a speech and it will begin a eucharistic doracin. It is predicted that the thousands of participants in the JMJ spend the night in Four Winds. Source of the news: The Pope, to the seminaristas: " You do not let yourselves intimidate by surroundings that it tries to exclude Dios"