The indirect help from Messi, Neymar, and Mbappé with Brazil in which even the Pope participated

Lionel Messi, Neymar, and Kylian Mbappé will indirectly help, thanks to the Pope.

By Emmanuel Mendez

Lionel Messi, Neymar, and Kylian Mbappé hold hands while wearing the PSG kits and the Pope waves with a smile.
Lionel Messi, Neymar, and Kylian Mbappé hold hands while wearing the PSG kits and the Pope waves with a smile.
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PSG had Lionel Messi, Neymar Jr., and Kylian Mbappé together for two seasons, and it was an incredible trio to watch on the football pitch. While the three players are among the best and most recognizable footballers in the world, this has its benefits for helping others. With the help of Pope Francis, he blessed three PSG shirts that have Messi, Neymar, and Mbappé's names on the back of the shirt so they could be auctioned to raise money for the victims of the floods in Rio Grande do Sul in Brazil. The shirts were brought to the Vatican City by the rector of the Sanctuary of Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, Fr. Omar Raposo, and for the marriage of Carla and Rodrigo Ferro, who donated the jerseys from their private collection.

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Rodrigo Ferro, who brought the jerseys, spoke to Vatican News about the collection he has. Ferro said, “In our personal collection, we had what the Pope wanted, the jersey of Messi, the Argentine who he enjoys signed it and dedicated it to him. This jersey is one of the last ones he [Messi] signed before leaving PSG. We also had Neymar, who also gifted us his jersey before leaving [PSG], and of Mbappé's.”

Ferro continues to explain that this is for a good cause, as the victims of the floods in Brazil need help. Ferro said, “We were there for a reason, bringing the intentions of the Brazilian people, especially with the heart directed towards the great pain of our country at this time: the gaucho people, the people of Rio Grande do Sul that is suffering, with many vulnerable, many deceased, and today there is a great current throughout Brazil. A compassionate look directed towards Rio Grande do Sul as something never seen before in the history of this country.”

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