Wow Pope Francis with 200,000 Praying the Rosary at Fatima with the Sick for Peace and he Gives a Special Gift to Our Lady! - VIDEO + Full TEXT

Pope Francis addressed some 200,000 pilgrims gathered at the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima, where he travelled from Lisbon to pray for peace in the world and for young people on the fourth day of his Apostolic Journey to Portugal.
The Pope led the recitation of the Rosary with a group of around 100 young sick people and several prison inmates in the Chapel of the Apparitions and prayed silently in front of Our Lady of Fatima, placing a golden Rosary at her feet.
Chapel of the Apparitions of the Shrine of Our Lady of Fatima (Fatima)
Saturday, August 5, 2023
Dear sisters and brothers, good morning!
Thank you, Archbishop Ornelas, for his words and thank you all for your presence and for your prayers. We recited the Rosary, a beautiful and vital prayer, because it puts us in contact with the life of Jesus and Mary. And we meditated on the mysteries of joy, which remind us that the Church can only be the house of joy.
(The Rosary starts at the 27:00 Mark on the Video)  

The chapel we are in is a beautiful image of the Church: welcoming, without doors. The Church has no doors, so that everyone can enter. And here we can also insist on the fact that everyone can enter, because this is the Mother's house, and a mother always has her heart open to all of her children, all, all, all, without any exclusion.
We are here, under the maternal gaze of Mary, we are here as the Church, the Mother Church. Pilgrimage is precisely a Marian characteristic, because the first to make a pilgrimage after the announcement of Jesus was Mary. As soon as she learned that her cousin was pregnant – her cousin was ahead of her age – she took off running. It is a somewhat free translation, the Gospel says she “she went in a hurry ”, we would say “she left in a hurry ”, she left in a hurry with that desire to help, to be present.
There are many titles of Mary, but thinking about it, one that we could also say is this: the Virgin "who goes on the run", whenever there is a problem; whenever we call upon her, she does not linger, she comes, she is thoughtful. Thoughtful Madonna, do you like it like this? Let's all say it together: Our Lady caring! She hurries to be near us, she hurries because Mother. In Portuguese it is called “apressada”, Archbishop Ornelas tells me. Madonna "pressed". And so she accompanies the life of Jesus; and she does not hide after the Resurrection, she accompanies the disciples, waiting for the Holy Spirit; and she accompanies the Church which begins to grow after Pentecost. Madonna who cares and Madonna who accompanies her. She always accompanies. She is never the protagonist. Mother Mary's gesture of welcoming is twofold: first she welcomes and then she points to Jesus. Mary in her life does nothing but point to Jesus. "Do whatever she tells you". Follow Jesus.
These are Mary's two gestures, let's think about it: she welcomes us all and points to Jesus. And she does this a little thoughtfully, “apressada”. Thoughtful Madonna who welcomes us all and points us to Jesus. And every time we come here let's remember this. Mary made herself present here in a special way, so that the unbelief of many hearts might open up to Jesus. With her presence she points to Jesus, she always points to Jesus. And today she is here among us, she is always among us, but today we feel her very much nearest. Mary thoughtful.
Friends, Jesus loves us to the point of identifying himself with us, and asks us to collaborate with him. And Mary shows us what Jesus asks of us: to walk through life collaborating with him. : what does Mary tell me as Mother? what is she pointing to me? She points us to Jesus; sometimes she also points out to us some little thing that doesn't work well in the heart, but she always points out. “Mother, what are you pointing to me?”. Let's have a little moment of silence and everyone in her heart says: “Mother, what are you showing me? What is it about my life that worries you? What is it about my life that moves you? What is it about my life that interests you? And you point it out." And there she shows us the heart for Jesus to come. And just as Jesus indicates to us, to Jesus he indicates the heart of each of us.
Dear brothers, today we feel the presence of Mary Mother, the Mother who will always say: "Do what Jesus tells you"; Jesus points us out. But also the Mother who says to Jesus: "Do what he is asking of you". This is Mary. This is our Mother, Our Lady caring to be close to us. May she bless us all! Amen.