Pope Francis called One Morning for the Christmas wishes: emotion live
The episode of A Morning aired on December 22, 2016 has been characterized by a moment really very, very exciting for the audience at home that she was following the program but also to the two conductors, Francesca Fialdini and Franco di Mare, who responded to the phone call live of Pope Francis. The pope has decided to call in directly in the transmission of Rai1, followed by a million people every day, for his Christmas greetings. The two conductors, visibly excited, they embraced with great affection and esteem the call of Pope Francis to live, has given his message of greeting, remembering the true essence of Christmas. “The first Christmas is that of humility and of poverty, and we inspire that,” said Pope Francis in his call in a direct One in the Morning while the two conductors as they listened in silence to the words of the Pope.
Francesca and Franco also thought that it was a joke at first, not thinking that the Pope could call for transmission. But Francis has them reassured them saying that following the transmission, with great affection, for this he chose to call in live on Bbc1. Franco di Mare has ended the phone call with Pope Francis with a phrase really very significant, “I close here my career,” said the conductor, surprised for what was happening live.
Francesca Fialdini with eyes for the emotion he thanked the Pope for the call in direct, happy to have had this great opportunity to speak with Pope Francis in a special occasion. A beautiful moment of television for the two conductors, but also idi christianity to all the people who have listened to the words of the Pope in his call live.