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>> Public breastfeeding may be frowned upon in some parts of the world, but one safe haven, The Sistine Chapel. During a baptism on Sunday, Pope Francis gave his blessing, so to speak, to breastfeeding at this most sacred of places. Addressing moms with infants in their arms during an improvised sermon.
>> If they start performing a concert by crying or if they are uncomfortable or too warm or don't feel at ease or are hungry, breastfeed them. Don't be afraid. Feed them, because this too is the language of love.>> The pope has made similar comments at past ceremonies.
This year he baptized 18 girls and 16 boys during a service that lasted more than two2 hours.>>
>> The Papal baptism is a yearly event for children of employees of the Vatican or the diocese of Rome. The Sistine Chapel is part of the Apostolic Palace, the official residence of the Pope within Vatican City and is most famous for it's Last Judgement Fresco by Michelangelo.