Pope Francis, who has been following the work of the Economy of Francesco through regular updates, renewed his hope in young people, in a recent message, and wrote: “[…] In order to achieve an (ecological) conversion and this creativity (creativity of love), it is necessary to train and encourage the new generations of economists and entrepreneurs. For this reason I have invited them to meet, from 19 to 21 November next in Assisi, the town of the young Saint Francis, who stripped himself of everything in order to choose God as the compass of his life, becoming poor with the poor, a brother to all. His decision to embrace poverty also gave rise to a vision of economics that remains most timely. It is important to invest in the young people who will be the protagonists of tomorrow’s economy, to train men and women prepared to put themselves at the service of the community and the creation of a culture of encounter. Today’s economy, and the young and the poor of our world, have need, above all, of your humanity and your respectful and humble fraternity, and only then of your money” (from the message to the participants in the Forum of “The European House-Ambrosetti”, Cernobbio, 4-5 September 2020).