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Benedict XVI. at the Angelus for All Saints: The goal of the life of a Christian is to be formed by Christ.

Rome [] Holiness means, to be formed by Christ. That is the goal in the life of a Christian. With these words, Pope Benedict XVI addressed today's Feast of All Saints to gathered pilgrims and visitors at St. Peter's Square during the Angelus Prayer.

The Feast of All Souls all were invited to raise their eyes to heaven and consider the fullness of divine life, which men await. As children, Christians receive the even the Grace, to bear with the tests of earthly existence. The Pope lamented the hunger and thirst for justice, incomprehension and the persecutions, to calll to recollection that the man who at the same time has the legacy, which were promised to him in the Beatitudes. They reveal "the new picture of the world and of men, which has his beginning in Jesus."