RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Brazil's former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva met with Pope Francis at the Vatican on Thursday, February 13th. According to the former president's staff, the meeting lasted approximately one hour. "Meeting with Pope Francis to talk about a more fair and fraternal world," Lula wrote on social media.
The Lula Institute published photos of the meeting on its Twitter account and mentioned its intention to "discuss and design solutions to the injustices and inequalities in the world". Lula also used his Twitter to publish the photos.
The ex-president arrived at the Vatican . . .