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"Spider-Man" participates in a public meeting of Pope Francis.. I know the story

The cameras’ lenses spotted a distinguished participation of an unconventional famous person, in the meeting of Pope Francis, Pope of the Vatican and head of the Catholic Church in the Vatican, in Saint Damaso Square.

A person dressed as the famous “Spider-Man” character, in films, films and comics, participated in the meeting with the Pope, and sat in seats designated for VIP visitors, according to the UAE website Al Ain.

"Spider-Man" sat next to a priest dressed in black, who did not seem to feel any confusion from the character sitting next to him in her red, black and blue uniform and large white eyes.

 The man in the Spider-Man costume is Mattia Villardetta, a 27-year-old from northern Italy who was given the VIP seat because of his work in superhero costumes and visiting sick children in hospitals.

After the meeting, Mattia came forward to shake hands with Pope Francis, and presented him with a Spiderman mask.

In another context, Pope Francis had said that he was pained by the discovery of the remains of 215 children in a former Catholic school for indigenous students in Canada, and called for respect for the rights and culture of indigenous people.

Speaking in St Peter's Square, he urged Canadian political and religious leaders to "collaborate with determination" to highlight results and seek reconciliation and healing.

According to Russia Today, Pope Francis did not reach the extent of the direct apology demanded by many Canadians.

The discovery of the remains of 215 children at Kamloops Indian Residential School in British Columbia, which closed in 1978, last month reopened old wounds and sparked outrage in Canada over a lack of information and accountability.

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called on the Catholic Church, earlier, to take responsibility.